Art Gallery Owner Sprays Down Unhoused Woman on Sidewalk in Viral Video

  • The owner of an art gallery in San Francisco was filmed using a hose to spray water on a homeless woman sitting on the pavement. The viral video was recorded by another business owner and posted on social media.
  • People are outraged by the cruelty of the art gallery owner — casually leaning on a railing while hosing down the woman — especially given the freezing temperatures.
  • Social media users have called for legal action to be taken against Collier Gwin, the owner of the art gallery Foster-Gwin Art and Antiques.

In a recent shocking video that has gone viral on social media, Collier Gwin, the owner of the art gallery Foster-Gwin Art and Antiques in San Francisco, was seen using a hose to spray water on a homeless woman in order to force her to leave the area.

The incident, captured by another business owner, has sparked widespread condemnation and calls for legal action against the art gallery owner.

Critics have pointed out the inhumanity and cruelty of the owner’s actions, particularly in light of the freezing temperatures.

They have also highlighted the systemic issues at play, including the failure of the police and government to address homelessness and poverty.

Rather than working to provide adequate housing and support for those in need, society continues to criminalize and punish homelessness and treat it as a personal failure.

It is clear that addressing the root causes of homelessness and poverty, through policies such as universal basic income and affordable housing initiatives, is crucial in preventing similar incidents and truly addressing the ongoing homelessness crisis.

This incident highlights the systemic issues of classism and economic inequality that exist within our society, where those with financial power can use it to further oppress those who lack it.



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