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Homeless Man Sues Parents, Wants Them To Buy Him a Pizza Franchise

A 32-year-old homeless man is suing his parents for neglect and demanding more than $200,000 to compensate him for the lack of love he received as a child, it was reported today.

Bernard Anderson Bey, from Brooklyn, New York, claims the lack of affection throughout his childhood is at the root of his homelessness and unemployment.

Bey has demanded his mother and stepfather mortgage their home and give him the money so he can buy a Dominos Pizza franchise that will employ him and his five siblings.

Source: Daily Mail. Read full article. (link)

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