(KFOR) If you are one of the tens of thousands of drivers who drove through the intersection at Memorial and Penn Avenue in Oklahoma City Friday you may have seen a pan-handler who caught your attention.
It is, after all, one of the busiest intersections in the city and a hot spot for homeless.
Calvin McCraw worked the north side of the intersection Friday holding a sign that read, "Angry?! Frustrated? Scream-At-A-Bum 50 cents / Min."
"I get a lot of people to laugh," McCraw said. "I worry about the ones that don't laugh. I'd rather get people to smile than get their money."
McCraw makes between $30 and $40 per day depending on how long he pan-handles.
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