Omaha Man Is Fed Up With Panhandlers

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Charles Logan has had enough of seeing people beg for money on street corners around Omaha. Several months ago, after watching his own son panhandle, he made a sign telling panhandlers to "get a job." 

"He was out here begging for money and I know that he's not homeless, and I know he's wasn't hungry.  Ain't no different than him and these other guys out here.  Get a job," Logan says.

Charles Logan has had enough of seeing people beg for money on street corners around Omaha. Several months ago, after watching his own son panhandle, he made a sign telling panhandlers to "get a job." 

"He was out here begging for money and I know that he's not homeless, and I know he's wasn't hungry.  Ain't no different than him and these other guys out here.  Get a job," Logan says.

Charles Logan of Omaha is fed up with panhandlers. The retired military man carries a sign in his car and pulls it out at intersections where panhandlers gather. His message is simple, “you want money, get a job”. KFAB News asked Logan why he started doing this as he stood in the median at Saddle Creek and Cuming. #panhandlers #getajob

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