Virginia Woman Exposed on Camera for Pretending to be Homeless

Even McDonald's employees couldn't help her out of this one.

A woman from Richmond, Virginia was exposed on camera this past weekend for posing as a homeless person. After catching a glimpse of her in action roaming the city and asking passing cars for money, the guy taking the video approached her as she was just about to hop into her 2014 Fiat in a McDonald's parking lot.

As she got peppered with questions regarding why she was pretending to be someone in need, the woman went over to the McDonald's drive-thru window to tell an employee about the person who wouldn't leave her alone. After explaining her side of the story, the guy provided some details about how she was conducting her shady business, and the poor employee who got herself stuck in the middle of this dispute couldn't mask her reaction no matter how hard she tried. Head on over to 1:30 mark to see that priceless response written all over her face. 

As the McDonald's employee tries to do whatever she can in this already awkward situation, the faux homeless woman admits that she also has a phone. Running out of excuses, she claimed that she had a disability, but when asked to expand on this latest lie declaration, she fired back, "That's none of your business."

No matter how hard she tried (or how many McDonald's employees she tried to rope into her predicament) there was no saving her. 

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