Charity staff said the man sobbed as he ate a chilli as food bank referrals more than triple in the space of a year despite a 50 per cent funding cut.
Food bank officials have told how a man burst into tears after he ate his first proper meal in two weeks.
Charity staff at The Store House in Skegness, Lincolnshire, say demand for food parcels is soaring with referrals more than tripling since May last year.
Co-ordinator Debby Harland said a man broke down in tears after he arrived on Wednesday having not eaten a proper meal for a fortnight, Lincolnshire Live reports.
She said: “He just had a chilli and sobbed that he had eaten.
“In that position, something so simple can make them break into tears.
“It’s awful to see that but we…
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