San Francisco shopkeeper could close store after being BITTEN by homeless person twice

Mail Online | 9/11/2019 | William Cole For Mailonline
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A San Francisco shop owner who was been bitten by a homeless man for the second in time in months says he will close his store rather than put up with the 'nuisance'.

Gilles DeSaulniers, 67, said he was trying to subdue a homeless man who had pushed his sister after she tried to eject him for the second time that day from their South of Market store.

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But while holding onto him the man 'twisted his head' and bit the shopkeeper's arm in an attempt to escape.

Police later arrested 29-year-old Adam Aschebrock for aggravated assault and battery.

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'It's just not worth it. Yeah, you know, we pay taxes to the city. The police can't do anything. The laws have changed,' Mr DeSaulniers told ABC 7.

It was the second time be had been bitten by a homeless person in four months, and says homelessness and drug addiction in the area are fueling an increase in violence and crime.

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Surveillance video from last week shows a clerk running after a shoplifter who DeSaulniers says...
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