Omaha Man Is Fed Up With Panhandlers

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.

 

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