Watch the video on this man’s Facebook page, and his story is the stuff of legend | ABC News

A Facebook post made on the day of the Sydney Opera House attack has gone viral, and it is the subject of a new documentary.

The man, identified only as A, posted a picture of himself standing on the steps of the Opera House with a sign reading “RIP, Sydney Opera”.

“I’ve been here for about five years now, it’s been amazing, and this is just the beginning of it,” he wrote on the Facebook page.

“I think it’s the best place in the world, just beautiful, so we can do it all again.”

A man who had been living in a tent at the Opera house has become the subject the latest chapter in the story of the tragedy, and he is the latest person to take to social media to share his story.

The video, which has been viewed more than 2 million times, captures the moment when the man stepped off the steps into the street and ran away from the scene.

“It’s an unbelievable feeling, the way he runs and it’s just unbelievable,” his father, Kevin A, told ABC News.

“He doesn’t have to worry about any of the other people around him.

He’s the only one who can actually see him and hear him.”‘

No one’s been there to save him’The man’s father, who is also known as Kevin A A, said his son had always been a quiet person who loved to cook, and was an avid outdoorsman.

“My son is very brave, he has always been very quiet,” he said.

“But the last five years he’s been very brave.”

He said he had spoken to police about the incident and the incident was under investigation, but there was no one in the immediate vicinity of the building who could have stopped the man.

“The police were there when they were there and they never got the opportunity to go and stop him,” he told the ABC.

“They have to go through all the details and try and determine what happened and why it was done and what was done to him.”

The man said he didn’t want to leave his son behind.

“We are still doing the best we can, and we are going to keep doing it,” Kevin A said.

The Australian government has been inundated with calls from people who have lost loved ones in the siege, including A.

The tragedy has also been widely shared on social media, with people sharing their own accounts of the moment of the attack.

A man has died after being shot by police in Sydney.

Read more:”It just really hurts me, it really hurts,” he posted.

“You just never know what can happen, you never know when someone is going to go off the rails.

I’m just so sorry.”‘

This is just a small step in a much larger journey’The video of the man running away from police, his father and his father’s friend was shared more than 1 million times on Facebook.

“No one has been there, not even close.

We are not the ones that were there to stop him, and now this has happened,” Kevin said.

Kevin A said his family was still struggling to comprehend the magnitude of the situation, and they were “very, very upset” at what had happened.

“This is a very small step, but a very big one, a very important step,” he explained.

“To just take it out on someone like this, that he’s so brave, that you’ve just taken out on somebody that you know is a coward, that just shows the kind of coward you are, and that you can’t handle it.”

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