(Original blog post The dark underbelly of Ireland’s society)

Sadly I was not able to find the half-dressed homeless man in town this morning, so the attempt to give him some clothes and food failed. The bag with clothes is still standing here, and hopefully I will be able to help him someday.

This is the street where I have seen him beg before (Henry Street, Dublin)


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2 Comments on “The dark underbelly of Ireland’s society (part 2)

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