A Birmingham left his wife ten years to live in the woods as she used constantly question about his longer works. Annoyed by the constant nagging 62-year-old, Malcolm Applegate left his wife whom he was married for three years to live in London. He had made the three-week journey on foot as his bike was stolen. He had forgotten to lock his bike in Oxford and so I had to walk back from there. Malcolm moved into Emmaus Greenwich center, a shelter for the homeless in Greenwich in South London. He does odd jobs at Emmaus to support himself and also raise cash for homeless charities in the area in his spare time. Malcolm was a gardener for  ’25 happy years’ before moving to Emmaus and continues the same profession. He says, “I loved the job and I still love tending to gardens now.”

 
Man Ghosts Girlfriend And Moves To Different Country, Now She Will Be His New Boss

Man Ghosts Girlfriend And Moves To Different Country, Now She Will Be His New Boss

Talking about his decision, Daily Mail quoted Malcolm as saying, “I was married to her for three years, but unfortunately it got too much.” He said, ‘She said, “Why don’t we have more time together?” I said, “How can I? I have been recommended to people”. Talking about his life after he moved in, he says, ‘There were three of us camping. They were just camping around with me because at the time I was working in the centre and we used to go there for a wash and a shower.”

When asked if he is still in touch with his wife, he says ”We now have a great relationship again.” Talking about how they patched up, he says, “It had been a decade years since I’d last seen her, and in that time she had been to all of the Salvation Army hostels in the south trying to find me. I think she assumed I was dead. I wrote her a letter once I was settled in Greenwich and she phoned me up, in floods of tears.”