A homeless man has been widely supported by the community after revealing he's been living in a phone box for four months.
Stephen Pope appeared in the media after he turned a BT booth outside an Aldi store in Bordesley Green, Birmingham into a makeshift home.
The man, who does not beg, and claims no benefits, has received much sympathy since, with residents in his neighbourhood taking him food and sandwiches.
Councillors have also stepped in, by visiting him, giving him food, and advice on how to get help. They say he had agreed to be referred to Birmingham's Homeless Outreach team.
Every evening, Stephen turns the inside of the box into a bedroom, with a couple of duvets and a sleeping bag to keep him warm.
The 42-year-old says he claims no benefits and doesn't beg, instead relying on the kindness of strangers.
The former demolition worker says he has been homeless for the last four years. He had lived with his parents in Yardley, but after they died, he lost his job and the home he had lived in.
Stephen says he has a brother and friends, but doesn't like to be "a burden on them". He said he's been blown over with the kindness he's received.