From ABC News:
A closer look, though, reveals the truth: Life on the beach is about all Bustamante and his neighbors have.
They are homeless in paradise.
Just up the coast from a major luxury resort, at least 725 homeless people by one community group’s count are living on a 16-mile stretch of Oahu’s western shore, a pristine beach where oceanfront lots would cost millions.
Armed with city-issued camping permits, the homeless use beach showers and sleep in tightly packed tents. Dinner is bought with food stamps.
(via What Really Happened)