See What Happens When A Guy Walks Around In A 'Money Suit' and Tells People to Take What They Need

A man walked around the streets of New York City in a suit covered in money for a shocking social experiment.

YouTuber Coby Persin taped $60 worth of dollar bills to a suit and walked around Manhattan with a sign reading, “Take What You Need” to see whether people would only grab what was necessary.

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The results were jaw-dropping, with people in suits and with designer handbags greedily taking cash off of Coby.

A man in a suit and tie stops Coby on the street, puts down his brief case and starts picking bills off the suit.

“You really need this money? It doesn’t look like you need this,” Coby tells him as the many grabs the cash.

“I don’t need it, but it’s free.  Who wouldn’t take it?” he replied.

Coby told INSIDE EDITION that one woman with a Louis Vuitton purse plucked $18 dollars off of the suit for a nail appointment.

 But not everybody was greedy; a homeless man with a dog only took $2 despite more being available.  Coby tells him he can take whatever he needs but the man insists that the $2 is enough.

“Yeah, that's it. I just need $2. I'm just trying to get some food. Just give whatever you gotta give to other people,” the homeless man told Coby.

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Coby insists on giving him $60 dollars so that the man and his dog could buy food for a few days.

Coby walked around the city with the money and sign for over an hour and a half, and by the end of filming he was left with less than $10.

He told INSIDE EDITION, “I think people should learn to not be greedy, all for just a piece of paper.”

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