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    Shocking Money Suit Social Experiment! Take What You NEED!

    How much money do you need? Like, really need? We don’t mean how much do you wish you had in the bank? We mean to live on? Probably not as much as you’d imagine. What about if there was a limited and finite amount of money to go around – how much would say you deserve? Bearing in mind all the other people out there too…

    YouTube filmmaker Coby Persin, fresh from his work exposing online predators, hit the streets of New York City determined to find out how people reacted to these kinds of questions. He dressed in a sharp suit with a difference… This slick piece of tailoring was made of money. The premise? He’d walk up and down with a sign telling people to take whatever they needed. The cash was theirs…

    The results of this fascinating social experiment were actually quite shocking. There are certain sections of society and people who you’d assume wouldn’t need or want to take money in this situation. But you can’t always trust your assumptions, it seems. Some parts of this had us shaking our heads. But at the end? We were actually pretty impressed and touched. Take a look for yourself…

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