I have been put into an awkward situation at work. I work at a 24 hour supermarket, and lately there has been a homeless person staying in the store most hours of the day. He has even started sleeping on a bench inside the store. Though, he does not sleep on it lying completely down, just at a 45 degree angle.
Management is aware of this but choose to do nothing because they say he buys things usually 4 or 5 times a day. I don't doubt that he buys things on a regular basis. But at what point does that become inconsequential when you are talking about someone who spends on average between 18 and 20 hours a day inside the store?
Shopping is one thing, but sleeping and otherwise living is completely different, right?