A heartless thug has claimed he "doesn’t give a f***" after a video of him abusing a homeless man went viral.
The brute appeared to be caught on tape kicking the rough sleeper in Liverpool City Centre.
It was shared online and sparked outrage as police confirmed an investigation into the apparent assault is underway.
A man shared the video on Facebook.
In a post which has since been deleted, he wrote, "I don't give a f***k", the Liverpool Echo reports.
He claimed that he was homeless and slammed those who had swamped his account with criticism for not taking the time to "ask what actually gone on".
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The male said there was history between himself and the man he kicked and he said he was not bothered "one bit what people have got to say".
Insisting he was not asking for remorse, he concluded: "Everyone f*** off and stop inboxing me. See me when ya see me cus am always on the road side."
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In the shocking footage a man can be seen confronting another person who is on the ground in a slipping ground.
The attacker steps away briefly before launching a violent kick at the rough sleeper’s face.
The victim doesn’t appear to flinch as the cowardly attacker grabs his bike and flees.
A driver who caught the incident on their dash cam can be heard saying: “Oh, that’s not nice.”
The footage showed one witness covering her face with her hands in horror.
On Thursday, Merseyside Police said they were aware of the video and were trying to contact the victim and catch those responsible.
A spokeswoman for the force said: "We can confirm we are currently investigating a video circulating on social media which appears to show a man being assaulted outside the Tesco Express store on Dale Street in Liverpool city centre.
"Enquiries are currently ongoing to establish when the incident took place, identify the man to check he is safe and well and identify the people who are present in the video."
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