Dad Fires Son From Family Business After Snapchat Video Of Him Urinating On A Child Cancer Victim’s Memorial Draws Outrage

Well, 2019 just continues being the most 2019 year that ever 2019’d, and now we have a new entry into the lisr of “What the actual f**k is the matter with people?”

Twenty-three-year-old Brian Bellace of New Jersey went viral this past weekend after a video was posted to Snapchat of him drunkenly urinating on a public memorial to a local nine-year-old boy, Christian Clopp, who died of an inoperable brain tumor in 2012.

Bellace was charged with disorderly conduct, criminal mischief, lewdness and having an open alcoholic beverage in a park. The man who filmed the video was also charged with having an open alcoholic beverage in a park

In a heartwrenching post on Facebook, Christian’s father, Mark Clopp, addressed Bellace, saying:

“I hope it doesn’t take the heartache my family has lived through to open your eyes. Something is wrong in your life and you need to fix it.”

Okay, I have been contacted by all of our major news agencies for an on-camera interview in the past 24 hours. I have…

تم النشر بواسطة ‏‎Mark L Clopp‎‏ في الاثنين، ٢٠ مايو ٢٠١٩

In view of news cameras, Bellace later apologized to Clopp, and said he didn’t remember doing the act. He also pledged to get help for his drinking problem.

Clopp, who must be some kind of saint or something, accepted Bellace’s apology and forgave him instead of mashing his face into a fine dust.

But Bellace’s father? Not so much.

Bruce Bellace, Brian’s father and the owner of local plumbing company Bruce Bellace Plumbing, has fired his son, who was wearing a t-shirt with the plumbing company’s logo at the time he pissed all over a dead child’s memorial.

As he told the Press of Atlantic City:

“I had to remove him from employment. We apologized to the family. … I’m sorry for his actions. I’m not proud of him.”

And on the internet, there’s certainly no love lost for Brian either.

But plenty were also touched by the Clopp family’s willingness to forgive: