South Korean homeless people are the most stylish tramps in the world now. The government of South Korea has recently provided its homeless citizens with outfits from most recognizable designers.
It goes about fake designer clothes here, though. The South Korean customs has recently confiscated a large batch of fake designer clothes. The confiscated goods were supposed to be destroyed, although the government found a better use for the fake clothes.
The Pusan city administration decided to give away the clothes to the local homeless. Having obtained an adequate decision from designers themselves, the authorities handed over about 3,500 garments of fake designer clothes to the South Korean homeless.
The unlabeled clothes have been taken to charity foundations and given away to the happy people. The experiment was a success: the authorities say that they would continue the practice, if the customs officers confiscate fake clothes in the future. Needless to say that the homeless people were overwhelmed with such a gift from the authorities of Pusan. "I do not care about the quality of these clothes. They are very fashionable and I like that," one of the stylish tramps said.
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