People are loving a mom who got fed up with the 'anti-homeless spikes' in her city.
These are an example of “anti-homeless spikes.”
Most of the time, they’re designed to be discreet and easy to miss (and that’s no accident). Still, you may have spotted them around your own town — maybe outside a business or in a park.
As their name suggests, anti-homeless spikes are intended to keep homeless people away.
They’ll usually crop up in areas where a homeless person might find some quiet away from the hustle and bustle, or a spot that’s relatively well-sheltered from the elements.
In January 2017, spikes like these appeared outside the Pall Mall Court in Manchester, England. And many people were not happy about it.
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