30 Nov '17, 3pm

Reverse begpacking: Blindfolded guy gives free hugs & money in Somerset

Reverse begpacking: Blindfolded guy gives free hugs & money in Somerset

Just when you thought you have seen everything, you have seen nothing yet. Such as this tourist (pictured above) who is passing by Singapore and offering strangers his help. The catch? He was giving away free hugs and requesting passers-by to help themselves to his box of money on Nov. 30 evening at Somerset. Advertisement Harmless antics The Caucasian man had put up cardboard signs and a box as he stood blindfolded and barefooted just outside of the H&M outlet in Somerset. His motives were not completely clear but his antics drew curious stares and a small crowd formed around him. Within a span of five minutes, several individuals stepped up to give the man a hug each and engaged in conversation with him. He would lift his blindfold each time when conversing with them. His offer to help people appeared to have been without any strings attached, as the passers-by did not g...

Full article: https://mothership.sg/2017/11/begpacking-singapore-money/

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