He babbles incoherently while his two friends, Verona Douglas and Debby Donaldson, who also live in the community of Rest in Milk River, Clarendon, talk good-naturedly with him.
“He has been living in this community for the longest time and he has always been like this,” said Douglas, who said that Watson is reportedly a relative of “a famous singer in England who died recently ... .
According to Douglas, she has never seen any family visiting Watson, and the community has been taking on the responsibility of ensuring that he gets meals and clothing.
Donaldson, while acknowledging that Watson is “not in his right mind”, agreed, adding that he, too, has a place in society and needs to be fed, taken care of, and have a good roof over his head.
Donaldson ruled out the May Pen Infirmary as a solution as he said that Watson “thinks he has a home, and from time to time, he will want to return”.