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YouTube group & # 39; Bread Gang & # 39; has been slammed for filming a joke with & # 39; fishing for bogans & # 39;

Cruel moment YouTube jokers are taunting & # 39; bogan & # 39; well-being receivers with a bag of tobacco on a fishing line outside a Centrelink office

  • Three YouTube pranksters are accused of fooling poor people & # 39;
  • They attached tobacco to a fishing line and left it on the floor behind Centrelink
  • When people tried to pick it up, & # 39; they brought in a few bogans & # 39; and filmed it
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YouTube pranksters are accused of fooling poor people & # 39; after using a bag of tobacco on a fishing line to overtake & # 39; bogans & # 39 ;.

The trio that self & # 39; Bread Gang & # 39; , uploaded the images last Wednesday after spending the day around a Centrelink in Strathpine, north of Brisbane.

They recorded the reactions of struggling welfare recipients who found what seemed to be a free bag of tobacco on the ground.

It was actually attached to a thin fishing rod and rod that was controlled by one of the members of the YouTube group from the car.

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YouTube group & # 39; Bread Gang & # 39; has been slammed for filming a joke with & # 39; fishing for bogans & # 39;

YouTube group & # 39; Bread Gang & # 39; has been slammed for filming a joke with & # 39; fishing for bogans & # 39;

Every time someone tried to pick up the pouch, the man picked it up and picked up the person who followed him.

While the YouTubers thought the joke was hilarious, most of their viewers disagreed with some that the & # 39; malicious & # 39; called.

& # 39; This affects thousands of people in Australia, it is totally corrupt to humiliate poor people and their families & # 39 ;, one person wrote on the video.

& # 39; Joking about their lives is bad … Many people do not choose to be at Centrelink. & # 39;

The group was asked to leave the Centrelink after a woman was joking (photo)

The group was asked to leave the Centrelink after a woman was joking (photo)

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The group was asked to leave the Centrelink after a woman was joking (photo)

Another person said the entire video was a mockery of poor people.

& # 39; Let's fool poor people & # 39 ;, the person wrote.

& # 39; You are low dogs … some people really just need the money and are not bogans at all. & # 39;

One viewer did not agree with the trio's use of the term & # 39; bogan & # 39; and said: & # 39; Sorry to tell you this, but YOU are false & # 39 ;.

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Meanwhile, fans of the channel said the video was branded to the boys, who are best known for their & # 39; searching for the most loose city in Australia & # 39; YouTube series.

& # 39; People who get p * ssed, it's a joke. It should teach them not to take things off the floor. & # 39;

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