SAN FRANCISCO -- An unhoused man who has been living across the street from a California school for more than two years is turning some heads with a sign that says, "Free fentanyl for new users."
"Were you giving away fentanyl? Was that just a joke?" asked Dan Noyes, an investigative reporter with our sister station KGO.
"No, it's not a joke," Adam Moore responded.
Moore said he's just passing on the drugs that other people give him, in exchange for blankets and supplies he provides.
"I've been homeless in San Francisco for basically 26 years," he added.
Moore is a convicted sex offender who set up camp across the street from a Catholic grade school in San Francisco more than two years ago, but it was his signs offering free drugs that had authorities moving him out on Thursday. KGO saw the headline in the San Francisco Standard and had to check it out. Things got heated when a parent from the school apparently punched Moore in the face.