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Duvet Man on Facebook

July 7th 2009
A rough sleeper from Hastings has his own fan-base on Facebook, but one paying tribute on the assumption that he died. As with 'Toxic Terry', whom we covered in the March issue, it's not unknown for a Facebook page to be set up for someone on the street; but in the case of 'RIP Duvet Man', it assumed that he "went swimming but never returned". 'Duvet Man', who was often seen around Hastings wearing little more than a duvet, attracted 400 'friends' on the site, with affectionate comments such as: "He did flash some of my friends, but I'll always love him." However, an investigation by Emily Eldridge, of the Bexhill-on-Sea Observer, has found out the tributes are premature. She told The Pavement he's "alive and rehoused in Sussex."

July 2009



Designing you out

That's grand

Hardy times

Sleep out with the IT crowd

Street Soccer National Cup

Here comes the sunshine, so slap it on

The rising 'tide of homelessness'

Thank you for the smile

Famous, Rich and Homeless

Stop & Search and Poncho

Smile, you're on camera

Heathrow one year on

St Martin's update

Northampton tent village

Camden police assault

Debt charities inundated

Duvet Man on Facebook

No Name seeks names

NYC shelters charge rent

Alice and Kev

Get up and go

Man robs to return to jail

Westminster rolling shelter to close

Gatekeeping Roadshow

Street Shield 6: Street Arena


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