The footage is thought to have been taken recently in Glasgow and includes a scene in which £10 is rammed in the man’s mouth
This sickening video shows the moment a man was used as a “human vending machine” as cruel pranksters stuffed cash into his mouth and ordered him to perform disgusting acts.
Vile footage – believed to have been shot in Glasgow – includes a scene in which a £10 note is rammed into the man’s mouth after he licks the pavement.
The man was asked to repeat phrases and answer highly personal questions about his favourite drug and sex life.
The clip was titled “human vending machine” and has been viewed 28,000 times since it appeared on social media, the Daily Record reported.
The video, which was recorded at night, starts with the man being asked what his favourite drug is, to which he replies “base” – slang for amphetamine.
He is then asked: “Who’s your favourite bird, anyone in the world?”
He tells them it’s Katie Price .
The man behind the camera presses him on which horse he usually bets on.
He reveals it’s a horse called “Speedfreak” and won, “a fiver from three quid on”.
The man is then told to “Put this score [£20 note] in your mouth and I’ll give you it” as the note is held in front of him.
He opens his mouth and takes the cash and claps his hands to laughter from those nearby.
He’s then told to put the money in his pocket before being told: “Lick the floor and I’ll give you a score.”
He responds by saying: “Oh come on. Is this a rib take?’”
He then lies flat out on the pavement but the voices nearby shout: “No, lick the floor.”
The man says: “Come on, you’re ripping the p***” but bends forward and licks the concrete.
He then says: “You’re ripping the hole out of me.”
A note is shoved in his mouth and he is told, to further laughter: “There you go mate, there’s another tenner. Eat that.”
The man is then asked a series of very personal questions, including about his sex life.
The footage ends as the man appears to become uneasy and says: “I’m going to go.”
He is told: “Good on you. You’ve made about 50 bucks tonight.”
Facebook users have widely slammed the actions of those filming the man.
Mick Donaghue wrote: “Idiots whoever took part in this, youse are a disgrace to our city.”
Carolyn Scobie said: “Disgraceful. Why oh why make fun of him? All I can say karma to them!”
Whilst Allan Mccann echoed these sentiments and commented: “Disgraceful. Embarrassing Scotland with your childish, foolish antics.”
However, Brooke Hamilton said: “People need to lighten up. They’re raging because someone’s giving free money away to somebody that’s not them.”