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A young backpacker has been inundated with messages of support and job offers after he pleaded for help when he was robbed and forced to sleep on the street.
Max Orona, 30, left his native Argentina last year for a round-the-world backpacking adventure but found himself broke, scared and 12,000km from home in Sydney this week.
'I was robbed, my bank account was emptied, I was left on the street, I ordered meals in churches,' Mr Orona wrote to Facebook on Monday.
The Argentinian backpacker (pictured) shared a plea for help after he was robbed and left without funds far from home
His post (pictured) garnered hundreds of comments with job offers flooding in
He said he was in 'shock' from the experience of being robbed which had deeply frightened him and he was looking for any kind of work that would allow him to get back on his feet.
'I am alone facing this whole situation in the best way I can,' he said.
'I'm tired of all the scams out there when all I want is a chance to recover myself in this beautiful country.'
Mr Orana said he wasn't fussy and