Florin Morariu is pictured during an interview with AFP in Iasi city on May 29, 2018. AFP / Daniel MIHAILESCU AFP / Daniel MIHAILESCU
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For London Bridge attack hero, aftermath proves toughPoliticians and newspapers celebrated his heroism during the terror attack on London Bridge in June last year which left eight people dead. But for Florin Morariu, a young Romanian baker, the biggest ordeal was to follow the tragedy.On the evening of the attack on June 3, 2017, Morariu opened the doors of the bakery where he worked to 15 fleeing bystanders and took on one of the terrorists with a crate.Morariu looked for a new home but it proved nearly impossible to find somewhere suitable.Morariu didn't want to return to work at the same bakery because he felt he would have been "too easy a target".Morariu has also resumed high school with the support of the mayor of his city.
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