Published: Thu, May 23, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Man pees on child’s memorial, gets fired by his own father

Man pees on child’s memorial, gets fired by his own father

A man caught on video while urinating on a park memorialmarker that honors a 9-year-old boy who died of brain cancer says he made "a huge mistake" and wants to apologize to the boy's family.

After investigating what they call a "disturbing video" that shows a suspect urinating on a memorial for a 9-year-old boy, police say two men are facing charges.

In an earlier Facebook post he said: 'We do not personally know these individuals or why they would do such a thing.

Daniel Flippen, the man who police say filmed him while laughing, was charged with having an open alcoholic beverage in a park.

Bellace, 23, was arrested Sunday for offenses including lewdness and disorderly conduct.

Flippen, of Hammonton, is accused of having an open alcoholic beverage in a park.

A motive was unknown.

"It was a big mistake I made", Bellace told ABC News.

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The stone memorial at the playground pays tribute to Christian Clopp, who passed away in 2012 when he was nine years old.

A wonderful outpouring of community followed, with several people showing up at the memorial Sunday to clean the marker and stone.

"If he responds back to me, I wouldn't mind calling him and talking to him and give him my apologies".

Asked if he was aware that he was urinating on a child's memorial, Bellace said, "To be honest with you, I don't even know how I got to the park. A friend of ours came over today to inform us that a video was posted of two scumbags urinating on Christian's memorial at his playground". This should have never happened, ' Bellace said. "It should have never happened", Bellace added.

Locals Paul Burgan and Desmond Walker cleaned the plaque after hearing the news.

"We apologised to [Christian's] family".

'May your memory and inspiration live on forever'.

Walker said the video made him "emotional" and "choked up". "Something is wrong in your life and you need to fix it".

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