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Video of debt collectors harassing homeowner and publicly revealing his unit number goes viral

The video shows the homeowner appearing incensed as he argues with the debt collectors for harassing him outside his home. The debt collectors are unperturbed and yell "owe money, pay money," repeatedly before yelling out his unit number

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A video of two debt collectors harassing an individual outside his flat has been going viral on social media.

In the video, which is taken by the person who is presumably in debt, two debt collectors can be seen standing outside an apartment telling him to repay his loan.

The homeowner appears incensed and argues with the debt collectors for harassing him outside his home. The debt collectors are unperturbed and yell “owe money, pay money,” repeatedly before yelling out his unit number.

It is unclear exactly when or where the incident occurred. Some netizens have said that this could be an older video that is recirculating online.

Watch the video HERE.

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Interestingly, the majority of netizens responding to the video seem to sympathise with the debt collectors. Asserting that the homeowner should just pay up instead of arguing with the men at his door, most netizens said that the debt collectors were simply doing their jobs:

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