The actor demands that the police pay attention to the lawless homeless.
Crocodile hunter Dundee star Paul Hogan has opened the war against the homeless in Los Angeles. The 81-year-old actor, who for many years has been living as a recluse in the coastal area with the poetic name Venice, said that he was seriously afraid for his life because of the lawlessness flourishing on the streets.
Due to the coronavirus, many Americans have lost their jobs. In an attempt to survive and find food for themselves, many have chosen a criminal path: homeless people attack the houses of ordinary people, rob them on the streets and threaten with weapons.
Hogan recently noticed that small gangs of homeless people began to appear in his area. Realizing that soon he would not be able to go out into the street, the actor decided to fight crime with his own methods.
So, as a first step, Hogan wrote a note, with the text of which he decided to clearly show who is the boss here. The actor attached the message to his own front door.
“This is my home, not yours,” he wrote the warning in red marker. At this moment, the actor was photographed by the vigilant paparazzi.
Hogan later asked the police to take action. In the meantime, law enforcement agencies are considering what to do, “Crocodile Dundee” intends to return to his native Australia forever, according to the Daily Mail.
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