I was on my way home from work one evening when a tall man with a limp and a cane, fallowed a female that just left the Town Pub right up to her SUV. He knocked on her window and begging her for money. I could see she was startled by him with his stature. He looked the part of being disabled, but getting approached late at night all alone must have been scary. Even though I did not hear him asking for money at that moment, but the day before he caught me by Hoover Avenue with the same request. I think it is his angle playing on peoples sympathy, to getting money from them, then moving on to his next target with his cane. He is surly double dipping on our system and then being a beggar on the side. Even if he is truly with a disability, he should not be allowed to just do as he pleases. Their must be a code enforcement to that kind of malarkey even if he is a vet they have papers to endorsing them and their disability. One day I was stopped by someone that was asking for some money so he could get the bus to Elizabeth. I new it was a line trying to get money from me. About two hours later I went into the Town pub to get a pizza pie to go and he was sitting at the bar with money on the bar and a nice cold beer in his hand. So much for needing a bus ride home to Elizabeth. If your money is worth less today than it was yesterday, why would you give it away to a stranger that maybe playing you or sizing you up for a possible robbery. You would be more inline if you gave it to United Way, Salvation Army or the Red Cross that truly helps many people not one person. I work too, too hard for my money to just give it away to someone, that maybe taking advantage of his condition or the lack therefore. Several other people have been seen following in their footsteps to easy money.