A homeless father-of-five is sleeping in his van in a car park near the housing association which evicted him.
Graciano Mantato, 40, has been living in his Citroen delivery van for the past month.
He was thrown out of his home in Ordsall, Greater Manchester, by Salix Homes after falling into rent arrears.
Graciano even lived in a police car park for several weeks.
He now sleeps in a car park at a business estate, which includes Salix’s headquarters, off Eccles New Road.
Graciano has a full-time job as a delivery driver, but the van is his only shelter.
Salix chiefs say they engaged with Graciano when he got into debt and only launched eviction proceedings as a last resort.
Graciano said his problems started when he and his wife split and she moved out of the family home with their children.
He also fell into debt, ending up with rent arrears and court costs of £2,400.
Salix started legal action to recover the money owed.
Sue Sutton, executive director of operations at Salix Homes, said: