Bakery owner who allowed homeless man to live in store kicks him out for setting up a bar and inviting homeless friends for drinks

Michel Flamant (right) and Jerome Aucant 
By: Wayne Morin

A homeless man who was allowed to live inside a bakery because he saved the owner’s life, was kicked out after he invited his homeless friends over to drink alcoholic beverages with him late at night.

62-year-old Michel Flamant of Jura, France, said that he had a change of heart and decided to kick out Jerome Aucant from his store.

Last week, Flamant nearly died of carbon monoxide poisoning.

Luckily, Aucant noticed the baker wobbling around and went in the store to save him. In response, Flamant promised to sell the bakery to the homeless man for $1.00 and handed him over a set of keys.

One day, Flamant came to the bakery around 11:00 p.m., and noticed that Aucant had set up a bar and was drinking alcoholic beverages with a group of homeless friends.

Flamant also accused Aucant of abusing a female journalist who asked questions about taking over the bakery.

Flamant told him that this was not part of their deal, but in response, Aucant began insulting him so he decided to kick him out.

Flamant wanted to give the homeless man a chance since he has saved his life, but it appears that Aucant was just not interested.