Man urinated on memorial to boy who died of cancer

Two in South Jersey charged after video shows man urinating on boy’s memorial

A New Jersey man was arrested on multiple charges after a Snapchat video showed him urinating on a young cancer victim's memorial at a park, ABC News reports.

Bellace was charged with lewdness, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief, while Daniel Flippen, 23, of Hammonton, was charged with having an open can of beer at the park.

A New Jersey man who sparked widespread outrage by allegedly urinating on a park memorial for a 9-year-old boy said Monday he's sorry for his behavior and that he was so intoxicated he wouldn't have recalled the incident had his friend not taken a video and posted it on social media.

Bruce Bellace said he had no choice but to can his 23-year-old son, Bryan, from the family's business, Bruce Bellace Plumbing and Heating, the Press of Atlantic City reported. He apologized Monday, telling ABC he made a "huge mistake" and was so drunk he didn't know what he was doing.

The post, which received hundreds of comments condemning the perpetrators, also noted that supporters of the Clopp family had gone to the park to help disinfect the memorial following the incident. His father, Mark Clopp, tells Fox that he was initially furious, but Bryan Bellace has personally apologized and he has forgiven him. This should have never happened, ' Bellace said. "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". "At the end of the day, the good outweighed and overwhelmed the bad".

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"Ultimately it's my fault", Bruce Bellace said. This is what Christian did during his life.

"We apologised to [Christian's] family. He brought people together and he has accomplished that again". The most intelligent thing to do is to put it behind us.

Christian was described as a "child who always had a smile on his face, never complaining about his treatments".

'May your memory and inspiration live on forever'.

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