TikToker slammed for gleefully recording crime scene gives MIND NUMBING response to backlash

An unrepentant TikToker named Alex Bodger is getting hammered after taking a selfie and smiling while filming the body of a Canadian man who was stabbed to death in front of his fiancée and young daughter at a Starbucks.

Bodger, who goes by the name Gora Pakora on TikTok, took a sickening video immediately after the man died with blood visible on the scene.

Paul Stanley Schmidt, 37, was attacked outside a Vancouver Starbucks on Sunday after reportedly asking Inderdeep Singh Gosal, 32, to stop vaping around his 3-year-old daughter. He died at the scene. Gosal is now being charged with second-degree murder.

The man’s fiancée, Ashley Umali, was getting drinks at the time of the horrific murder and got there just in time for her partner’s last breaths.

“This is so horribly wrong what happened. He was just trying to protect his daughter. I’m angry and I’m sad,” Schmidt’s mother, Kathy Schmidt, said according to the New York Post. “It all started because he was vaping beside the baby. Ashley’s in shock — she watched the whole thing. She’s so devastated.”

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Even worse, people appeared to keep drinking their coffee or just gawked as the man was murdered in broad daylight.

“This motherf***er just died, bro. He just died, bro, holy f***!” Bodger exclaimed while filming over the grisly scene.

“This is the TikTok generation. I fear for our disgusting future,” one person tweeted in response.

Another commented, “I was so disgusted by his actions and words that I honestly was speechless… No emotion period.”

There were many others:

Bodger told Global News in an interview that he was traumatized by the event, all evidence to the contrary.

“It’s not something you think you would see walking down the street in Vancouver on a Sunday,” Bodger recounted. “Every time I think about the situation I get this feeling in my chest which is pure fear.”

To many, however, his claim does not appear sincere. One Twitter user accused him of taking the selfie next to the father’s body and returning the following day to smoke at the crime scene.

Bodger posted a video later attempting to explain himself. He says he tends to smile during “uncomfortable situations.”

(Video Credit: Bad Human Behavior)

“So I’m walking down the road, I thought I see a street fight … so I start running over there. I start videotaping and I see some blood and so I just thought maybe there was a bloody nose or something,” he remarked in the video.

“My brain wasn’t allowing me to believe what was happening. And I knew he was dead, but at the same time, this my first time ever experiencing this right so like, my brain is just like ‘he’s dead’ so I start screaming,” Bodger asserted.

“The murderer is standing right there, all that’s going through my head is like, ‘Holy f***, I’m standing right here screaming he’s dead … what if he comes at me and f***ing kills me.’ But I’m in so much shock just standing there,” he stated.

Then Bodger tried to justify smiling at the scene of the murder.

“I was so uncomfortable. I didn’t know what just happened. That’s how I always am in uncomfortable situations,” he claimed. “I put a little bit of a smile on my face. I’m sorry for the people that it pissed off.”

Then he slipped and admitted, “Yeah, this sh*t (the stabbing), it doesn’t faze me too much. I’ll just say human life, to me, the way I look at it, if I don’t know you, is meaningless … he’s dead. What can we do now?”

Bodger would do another video a few hours later stating that Paul Stanley Schmidt deserved to be stabbed, putting to rest any doubt that he had any remorse over his actions or the murder.

(Video Credit: The Unknown Videographer II)

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