What’s wrong with modern Robin Hoods? Charity is slowly transforming into the mainstream method of earning some credits. Bloggers pretend being doers of good in front of their smartphone cameras and then do all they can to make these footages go viral. What for? Kind hearts? Internet society believes they have some other goals, which are not this good.
Recently China was shocked by a live stream, showing one of the rich kids of the country ‘having fun’. 24-year old Wong Ching Kit climbed onto the roof of a skyscraper at the corners of Fuk Wa Street and Sham Shui Po, which is one of the poorest Hong Kong areas. And he wasn’t there for a selfie. The man start throwing cash from the roof. People down the street were shocked and excited. A lot of passers by just stopped there and started catching the money.
They say he launched millions of local dollars into the crowd. Although people couldn’t enjoy this ‘gift’ from above to the fullest. Police was there in just minutes to warn everyone. They asked the crowd to stop catching the money or picking it up from the ground as it could be dangerous for health and life.
Police’s next step was catching and arresting Wong Ching Kit. If you think he was sitting there shivering and begging for mercy – you are wrong. He pulled out his smartphone and let the whole world see he was arrested. The translation hasn’t stopped even during the ride in officers’ car despite of all their warnings.