‘Anonymous’ protesters pause to make homeless man’s day

Nadine Kalinauskas
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Anonymous marchers gave Stephen, a homeless man, all their spare change while they were protesting in Nottingham.
Anonymous marchers gave Stephen, a homeless man, all their spare change while they were protesting in Nottingham. (YouTube/tiggersmith1992)

Earlier this year, 'Anonymous' protesters took to the streets of Nottingham, hoping to shut down the tax-evading shops and corporations on High Street.

The group's peaceful march took them down a street where a homeless man, named Stephen, was asking for spare change.

He didn't expect the masked strangers to give him all their spare change. But they did.

The protesters stopped to give him money, filling his hat with coins and offering a hug or two. A local police officer even shook hands with some of the protesters in approval of their generosity.

The video of their moving encounter is now going viral.

"We love ya," one protester told Stephen, moved to tears by the unexpected generosity of strangers.