People Said They’d Help a Homeless Person in Need, But Here’s What They Really Did

Most people probably don’t follow through with the things they say they’ll do, especially when it comes to helping others in need.

Youtuber Josh Paler Lin set up a social experiment by asking people if they would help a homeless person in need. Of course, people said they would help, but when he followed them and they believed no one was watching, most ignored a homeless man’s plea for money to buy food.

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