Beggar Who Makes $200 An Hour Now On The Run After Being Exposed (Photos)

The Grand Central Terminal panhandler who’s now the poster child for
getting rich quick by begging was in the wind Wednesday ­after being featured
on the front page of The Post.
“He’s usually here,” a street vendor near the commuter hub said of Will
­Andersen, 43, who claimed he rakes in as much as $200 an hour asking for money
alongside his 9-year-old pup, Rizzo, on East 42nd Street between Vanderbilt and
Madison avenues.
Anderson ditched his typical spot after The Post brought him to
“On a Friday morning, I make $400 in two hours,” he said, adding that he
makes enough to rent a room in Inwood and buy dog food. His four-legged friend
on the street helps, he added.
An NYPD spokesperson said cops can’t stop homeless people from keeping
pets on the street as long as there are no outward signs of mistreatment when
people complained about him using the dog to beg.

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