New York City finally finds reason to crack down on the homeless after man poops on LGBT flag
· May 11, 2023 ·

The homeless crisis is taking over all of America's cities with New York being among the absolute worst.

The homeless poop on the sidewalk, do drugs out in the open, and commit all sorts of crimes in broad daylight with no worry at all of being arrested or held accountable.

But one homeless guy just found THE line he's not allowed to cross:

He could have done this with an American flag or a Bible and no one would have said boo.

But this man craps on a gay pride flag and they send him to jail.

(You know what the official religion of a nation is based on what symbols they consider sacred.)

Fred Innocent, 45, walked into Buceo 95, a tapas bar on W. 95th St. and Broadway on the Upper West Side, on April 15 at about 10 a.m. as the day crew was setting up and grabbed two rainbow flags off of a table, cops said. He relieved himself on one of the banners, according to police, then cleaned himself with another.

I don't know if I would call this bum a hero, but he is an innocent man. I mean, his literal last name is "Innocent."

He's being accused of a hate crime because, of all the things he could have done, all the restaurants he could have crapped in, he chose this one and he chose to use their precious rainbow flags.

"This was a total hate crime," restaurant owner Courtney Barroll said after hearing of the arrest. "He came in within 15 minutes of us opening up the restaurant. He could have gone to Popeyes or McDonald's around the corner. He could have used napkins."

Or, hear me out: He literally doesn't give a crap about one flag over another.

This whole thing is pretty freaking hilarious.

This is the first time I've ever heard a lib complain about homeless people pooping literally wherever they want. But if he uses a pride flag, well that's blasphemy.

The one unforgivable sin is hurting the feelings of a rainbow cultist.

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