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A woman is abused for rummaging through a dead woman’s prized belongings after they were dumped on the sidewalk in New York’s fashionable Upper East Side.

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Nichole, who goes by @nycnichole on TikTok, was walking through the city's chic Upper East Side when she came across a hodgepodge of high-quality home goods and clothing dumped on the street corner.

An expert saver claims she was yelled at by a New York restaurant manager for rummaging through a dead woman’s belongings lying in the street.

Nichole claims she was walking through the city’s Upper East Side when she came across a hodgepodge of high-quality household items and clothing dumped on the street corner.

In the now-viral video, he explains that the discarded items belonged to a woman who died in December and that they are now cleaning out her apartment.

Nichole showed her viewers the mint condition coats that were scattered all over the public sidewalk and said she couldn’t believe there were “so many things.”

But what was going to be a big money-saving moment for her soon turned into a disaster when a restaurant manager named Felice allegedly started yelling at her for choosing things to take home.

Nichole, who goes by @nycnichole on TikTok, was walking through the city’s chic Upper East Side when she came across a hodgepodge of high-quality home goods and clothing dumped on the street corner.

“She called me desperate to try to dig up and save some of this before it goes to the trash,” she said sarcastically while standing in the street.

Nicholas, who goes by @nycnicole in Tik Tok, She also said that she was not doing anything illegal and picking up things that had been thrown on the street by the management of the deceased’s building.

In the end, the TikToker took a basket, a pink stool, and some clothes home, but said she couldn’t look for more because of the screaming.

But her avid followers rushed to the comments section, calling her an “angel” for saving the articles and saying they would have done the same.

What was going to be a big money-saving moment for her soon turned into an unpleasant experience after a restaurant manager named Felice allegedly started yelling at her for choosing things to take home.

What was going to be a big money-saving moment for her soon turned into an unpleasant experience after a restaurant manager named Felice allegedly started yelling at her for choosing things to take home.

Her avid followers rushed to the comments section, calling her

Her avid followers rushed to the comments section, calling her an “angel” for saving the articles and saying they would have done the same.

“Girl, ignore her because that antique bread box would have been MINE,” one thrifty wrote.

Another follower also joked: ‘The bread can?! Shelves?! Call me pathetic and poor, I’m getting in.’

One viewer expressed sadness, saying: “It’s so sad to see someone’s loved and treasured items now in the trash on the side of the road.”

While another thanked her for her efforts and wrote: ‘This makes me very sad. This woman deserved better than having her things thrown away, everything looks so good. She’s glad you saved some.’

Some restaurant managers also joined in and appreciated Nichole for taking some of the items.

One of those managers wrote: ‘As a restaurant manager, I would be right there with you!’

While another former industry member said: ‘As a former store manager, thank you for helping me pick up outside.’

DailyMail.com has contacted Felice for comment on the incident.

New Yorkers rummaged through the belongings of art collector Diane Greene, 79, after her death and her belongings were dumped on the sidewalk in front of her building.

New Yorkers rummaged through the belongings of art collector Diane Greene, 79, after her death and her belongings were dumped on the sidewalk in front of her building.

This comes months after a viral video purportedly showing a deceased art collector’s belongings dumped outside her luxury Manhattan co-op sparked outrage among netizens.

The clip posted by influencer Anna Sacks on TikTok showed New Yorkers milling around a huge pile of abandoned belongings outside The Alameda, a luxury Upper West Side skyscraper where units regularly sell for millions of dollars.

According to Sacks, the possessions are those of Diane Greene, 79, who owned a co-op in the building until her death.

The camera pans across several framed pictures, an ornate wooden table, and a Singer sewing machine, still in its brown leather case. Many other items are piled up in black trash bags.

“Going through the contents of someone’s life is a really intimate experience,” says Sacks.

Among the belongings sent to the landfill were framed paintings, a sewing machine and intricate wooden furniture.

TikToker Anna Sacks filmed the scene outside the building and the video racked up one million views in less than a day.

Among the belongings sent to the landfill were framed paintings, a sewing machine and intricate wooden furniture. TikToker Anna Sacks filmed the scene outside the building and the video racked up one million views in less than a day.

“I guess the relatives didn’t want anything and the goal of the building was to empty everything out of the apartment as quickly as possible so they could renovate it and then put it up for sale for millions of dollars.”

The influencer recovered several objects herself, mainly household items and clothing, as well as an unopened bottle of champagne.

Greene’s passion for the arts is reflected in several colorful paintings found on the sidewalk, as well as a framed print by 19th-century French artist Xavier Le Sueur.

He ends the video by lighting a candle in his room “in memory of the spirit of Diane Greene.”

The scene of the late art collector’s belongings carelessly discarded had users flocking to the comments to share their thoughts.

‘This is DESTROYING. His taste is incredible; “I can’t imagine the things that will be lost in the landfill,” one woman wrote.

“Isn’t it horrible to think that everything you treasure you just throw away?” another user commented.

That blue porcelain is beautiful! another exclaimed. ‘He had impeccable taste. It’s a shame so much was wasted.”

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