Asking for money intimidating
In Nehemiah 2:4 he describes the exchange: "Then the king said to me, 'What would you request?' So I prayed to the God of heaven." Instead of going into appointments fearing what your fellow man will say, you can have confidence that God is superintending the whole process. In most jurisdictions it is likely to constitute a criminal offense, the bulk of this article deals with such cases.Extortion is sometimes called the "protection racket" since the racketeers often phrase their demands as payment for "protection" from (real or hypothetical) threats from unspecified other parties; though often, and almost always, such "protection" is simply abstinence of harm from the same party, and such is implied in the "protection" offer.“Their very presence can be intimidating to shoppers and put them off visiting the town centre." He added: "I have also been contacted by a number of town centre shop-keepers who have raised concerns about the negative impact the daily presence of beggars has on their business.
“Let me be very clear here though, the people I take issue with are not homeless, they are ‘fake homeless’ and make a living by claiming to be homeless.“I saw one in Lichfield who normally hangs around in the Park Street Arcade and had obviously decided to have a day excursion.