50 Homeless People Walked Into A Fancy Restaurant Instead Of A Shelter

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in January 2012 annual point-in-time count found that 633,782 people across America were homeless. That’s a huge number. They have experienced few luxuries.

But what if some homeless people could have a fine dining experience with the music, the white tablecloths, the candles? In this video, they played a daring prank (as in Prank It FWD, not the mean types of pranks). He took a soup kitchen and transformed it. They can’t believe their eyes.