oxford - The English municipality of Oxford threatens homeless people who put their property somewhere with a fine of 2800 euros. Congregation and inhabitants adore swords who leave their shameful stuff for a moment, for example, at the door of a store.
The municipality has recently written a paper announcement on all unattended leftovers of homeless people. This means that the owner can be prosecuted for violating local rules for social behavior. Leave items is considered an act that undermines the 'quality of existence'. And that can be penalized with a fine that can amount to 2500 pounds.
Not everyone in Oxford is behind the threat. For example, the Green Party believes that these vulnerable fellow citizens are more benefited from 'thoughtful kindness'. The municipality responds that they want to help homeless people, but in the meanwhile, the other citizens can just enter a shop, the Guardian writes.