Homeless Man Listing Patch Of Grass In Downtown Los Angeles On Airbnb For $200 Per Night
March 8th - A homeless man from Los Angeles, California is doing his part to aid the housing market by listing a patch of grass in downtown LA on popular rental app ‘Airbnb’ for the low price of $200 per night.
The patch of grass is approximately 12 square feet in size and is located just a few blocks away from the Museum of Contemporary Art. Amenities include a nearby water fountain with free money inside, an old sleeping bag that only has three noticeable holes in it, and a complimentary wake-up call, courtesy of the guy who mows the grass every morning.
“Normally I would prefer to sleep in a bed, with a roof over my head and walls on all sides of the room,” said Brittany, a sales agent from Tucson. “But $200 per night in downtown Los Angeles is a deal that’s simply too good to pass up. I know where I’ll be staying the next time I’m here on a business trip. Five stars from me.”