Captain Stafford stayed on the streets and feet on the foot for two months.
A former British Army captain, Ed filmed and blogged his deadly journey and engaged followers all over the world for almost two and a half years. His epic adventure made headline news, featuring in over 900 articles and on every major news channel in the UK and United States. Ed’s mission was complete; his tale of true grit, bravery and determination to succeed against all odds has led to him being described by The Daily Mail as, “Britain’s most intrepid hero since Scott of the Antarctic,” and “A true hero” by The Times.
London: A British military captain, who has become homeless, has shown that he is richer than ordinary citizens, knowing the condition of beggars and understanding their problems in the streets for two months.
Stafford is a captain in the British bad army, according to the International News Agency, and raided the streets for two months for a secret campaign and stayed on the roads and footpaths. He had to look at suspicious acts of livestock, mortgage, and goodness.
During his campaign, Stafford spent days on the streets of major cities like London, Manchester, and Glasco. During that time he served food and other routines with vegetarians and healing stories and roles emerged. It is known that this is a mafia which has spoiled the path from the country’s spy to drugs and weapons.
The British Captain’s biggest discovery regarding his campaign was that almost all the folks were richer than an average British citizen. Breeding is up to 6,000 pounds a month when it is free to drink. This amount is also used in drugs and gambling.
British Captain Stafford added that some of the benefits were such that monthly income was more than a soldier when the work hours were not half of a soldier. Some beggars used to send thick money to their homes too.