If you live in a big city, or even a small city for that matter, it's not uncommon to see panhandlers around town looking for some cash.
Often times, people pass them by and place judgment about their life choices. "He's probably just going to spend this on drugs." "Maybe she should just go find a job."
These judgments build stereotypes towards people who really are in need.
But one car dealership in Michigan had a rather unpleasant encounter with a panhandler outside their shop, and they want to let everyone know what's up.
The Honda dealership sat a large, red sign lodged on the hood of one of their cars. It drew a lot of attention just based on size, but the message was even more eye-catching.
"Please do not give anything to this Panhandler. We offered him a full-time job at $10.00/HR," the sign reads. "He said 'I make more than any of you' and he did not want a job, please donate to a more worthy cause."