Are ‘Homeless’ Panhandlers Really Homeless? [FBHW]
Panhandling seems to be more and more common with the current state of the economy. If you live near an urban area you will likely see someone on the corner of an intersection with a cardboard sign asking for money. As it turns out, a lot of these people are not actually homeless. A recent report by WZZM 13 in West Michigan discovered that a lot of these people are panhandling because it pays well.
The people interviewed were quick to say that they aren't actually homeless. Some of the panhandlers even boast that they make as much as $20 an hour.
See what Free Beer and Hot Wings had to say about these fake homeless people.
I can't stand any of these pigs. - Zane