Liverpool star Mo Salah confronts yobs harassing homeless man in petrol station – before giving rough sleeper £100
- The Liverpool star defended a homeless man being harassed at a petrol station
- Captured on CCTV after Liverpool’s 3-1 win against Arsenal on September 28
- The 28-year-old told the group of men off being giving David Craig £100 cash
Mo Salah defended a homeless man from a group of yobs before giving him £100 cash.
The Liverpool forward confronted a group of men who were heckling David Craig at a petrol station after his team’s 3-1 win against Arsenal on September 28.
The 28-year-old was captured on CCTV coming to the aid of Mr Craig, who sleeps rough around Liverpool’s stadium.
This comes after the ‘Egyptian King’ paid for everyone’s fuel at a petrol station in June.
The 28-year-old was captured on CCTV coming to the aid of David Craig, before giving him some cash
CCTV footage from September 28 shows Salah pulling up at the station in his Bentley.
He then stands up for Mr Craig as he is harassed by the men walking past the forecourt.
Former labourer Mr Craig, 50, told The Sun: ‘Mo was every bit as wonderful as he is for Liverpool on the pitch.
‘He heard what a group of lads were saying to me, then turned to them and said, “That could be you in a few years”.
‘I only knew I wasn’t hallucinating when Mo incredibly handed me £100. What a complete legend.’
In June, Liverpool fans lavished further praise on Mohamed Salah after a picture of him filling up his car at a petrol station while wearing training gear circulated on social media.
The star was said to have paid for everyone’s fuel in the forecourt in a heart-warming gesture.
Salah was spotted wearing rubber gloves and holding disinfectant spray as he followed the strict coronavirus measures to ensure safety.
One person tweeted: ‘Pull up to a petrol station in a Bentley, wearing Liverpool training kit and pay for everyone’s petrol. My hero my mate.’
The Egypt international’s club team-mate and close friend Dejan Lovren praised Salah but not without having a cheeky dig.
Lovren tweeted: ‘I heard that @MoSalah paid couple of days ago the gas for everyone at the petrol station…Great gesture.
‘But can you pay at least once for me the coffee?? Usually you are tight guy so I am surprised, but anyway well done.’