The plaque, noticed in Manchester metropolis centre over the weekend, asks passersby if they might give ‘beggars’ a pound to spend on ‘a repair’. The signal reads: “Dinner or medication?” adopted by: “Would you give a beggar a pound for a repair? Give to the field to not the beggar.” Beneath it’s a steel field with a small hole in it for cash to be slotted inside.Manchester Night Information experiences that the field was pictured on the wall beneath the arches on the Nice Northern Sq., in Manchester metropolis centre. The picture of the signal was first shared by Harry Jones on Twitter, who tagged the council and wrote: “That is f****** disgusting?” It isn’t recognized how lengthy the signal has been up on the website.The put up was met with fury, with one individual responding: “That is f****** gross and […] there is no indication what charity or regardless of the cash within the field goes to.” As one other added: “It is a shame.”Responding beneath the tweet, Manchester Metropolis Council wrote: “Thanks for bringing this to our consideration. It is a very outdated signal and we undoubtedly don’t endorse this message, and we’ll be getting it eliminated ASAP.”The council have since come ahead saying they ‘don’t endorse’ the signal and can be seeking to have it eliminated after the Manchester Night Information additionally introduced it to their consideration. They added they weren’t beforehand conscious of the field or the place it got here from.A Manchester Metropolis Council spokesperson mentioned: “We weren’t conscious of this field nor of its origin and we’re grateful to have it delivered to our consideration. We don’t endorse this and are arranging to have it eliminated.”The council’s web site offers recommendation to the general public on methods they will help with homelessness within the metropolis. This included encouraging the homeless individual to make contact with the council, who could assist them discover appropriate lodging.The council additionally works with accomplice organisations, together with Shelter, Centrepoint, Road Help and Manchester Transfer and encourages the general public to volunteer their time or donate cash to varied charities that assist sort out homelessness within the metropolis.