A Former Below-Average NHL Player Is Harassing Homeless People On Snapchat

07.05.16 3 years ago
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Sean Avery used to be a professional hockey player. He played his last game in December 2011 and formally announced his retirement the following March on the Bravo television program “Watch What Happens.” At 32, Avery’s career, which was better known for everything else but hockey, was over.

Nearly five years later, after making a name for himself as a trash person on the ice, he may have cemented his legacy as a trash person off the ice as well.

Avery is receiving much-deserved scorn for a Snapchat bit where he walks up to sleeping homeless people on the streets of New York, wakes them up and asks them for the time.

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