A homeless man who was hailed a hero following the Manchester Arena bombing has admitted stealing from victims of the attack.
Chris Parker, 33, pleaded guilty to theft during a hearing at Manchester Crown Court on Wednesday.
He admitted stealing a purse owned by Pauline Healey, who was left seriously injured in the attack, and a mobile phone from a teenage girl involved in the bombing.
Parker also pleaded guilty to fraud after using a debit card from the stolen purse.
A total of 22 people died when terrorist Salman Abedi detonated a suicide bomb as crowds left the Ariana Grande concert on May 22.
Parker is due to be sentenced on January 30.
The judge in the case said a prison sentence was "most likely", the BBC reported.
Over £50,000 had been raised for him on an online fundraising website after he claimed to have helped the victims.