Putpocketing. [Via Reuters London.]

Via Saraswati J.
on Aug 20, 2009
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by Sarah Miller
picture-168Changing bad karma into good karma?! Putpocketing is the new pickpocketing. This is karmic action for the age of enlightenment and upliftment…..

Convicted pickpockets in London are covertly giving money to random pockets in times of economic hardship.

LONDON (Reuters) – Visitors to London always have to be on the look out for pickpockets, but now there’s another, more positive phenomenon on the loose — putpockets.

Aware that people are suffering in the economic crisis, 20 former pickpockets….<More>

Thanks to SK for the lead.


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3 Responses to “Putpocketing. [Via Reuters London.]”

  1. sublimekesel says:

    I love it! Full circle redemption. Reminds me of the series of folks arrested in New York City a few years back for feeding random meters.

  2. […] let’s get straight about something. We’re all looking for money or power or both. Simple. Whether we want money for bling or philanthropy, whether we want power to […]

  3. Sean C. says:

    Hi Sarah! Thanks for posting that article; since I first saw it, I thought it was a brilliant promotion as well as a charitable act upon TalkTalk.com's part. As a once-well-practiced (and now just occasional) put-pocket myself, there always was that great feeling of giving to a total stranger…even more so when I was lucky enough to witness the reaction of the person I slipped money to! Based on your description, I could see you as pretty good put-pocket yourself!