The homeless hero who depicted to pull out nails from the face of injured youngsters in the result of the Manchester attack was seen back on the streets.
Stephen Jones got acclaim after he raced to help casualties at the Manchester Arena in the wake of hearing a blast while resting on the streets nearby.
West Ham co-chairman David Sullivan and his son offered to pay rent for a house for him for the following six months to enable him to stand up.
However, the 35-year-old has been sleeping outside a bank in focal Manchester, only three weeks after his heroics.
Salman Abedi had killed 22 people and harmed 119 when he exploded a nail bomb toward in an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena.
Mr Jones, who had been dozing close-by, viewed with sickening apprehension as youngsters shrouded in blood started spilling out of the field, abandoning “lifeless” bodies.
In the aftermath of May 22, the son of the businessperson David Sullivan tweeted: ‘Me and dad want to rent the homeless man in Manchester a house for 6 months.
‘If anyone can help us get in touch much much appreciated. Such a selfless act needs rewarding. Please tag anyone who can help us.’
Only a couple of hours after the tweet was sent out, they figured out how to effectively track Mr Jones down with the assistance of a close-by homeless centre.
Dave Jnr wrote: ‘WE HAVE FOUND STEVE! Shows the power for good social media has. Thank you to all those involveda, you have helped change a man’s life.’
Addressing MailOnline, Mr Jones stated: ‘I’m overwhelmed by the support and help, and that people have been setting up money for me. It’s incredible.
‘I’ve just been on Skype to the West Ham guy, he was in his Bentley in London.
‘We’ve been having a chat and stuff. He said that he would pay me for six months on a place here, if I find a private landlord.
‘Next season when United play West Ham or City he’s going to have me as his guest of honour in his box or fly me down to London to watch it there.
‘I want to stay here in Manchester. I’ve had lot of calls from people who have set pages up for me get me own place.
I’ve got no family but my nana. She had a male friend who I want to stay near and with. This is why we love Manchester the support that everyone gives. It’s incredible.’