“She said I’m messing with homeless people ... One should be happy if someone wants to make love to them,” said the New York City mayor, chuckling.
“Everyone will be arrested and all their belongings will be taken away by sanitation,” said the email from a Los Angeles Police Department senior officer.
A group reportedly rounded up 15 homeless men and let them order whatever they liked from a diner in exchange for posing as mistreated veterans.
Another passenger put the 30-year-old Black homeless man in a chokehold on the subway on Monday, killing him.
The decision comes a few months after the controversial plan was introduced by Mayor Eric Adams.
The two now-former Hialeah police officers face up to life in prison if convicted on felony armed kidnapping charges, the Miami-Dade state attorney said.
The man, arrested for battery, was filmed spraying the woman while ordering her to get off the sidewalk.
The U.K. leader caught flak for his "clueless" conversation at a homeless shelter.
Disability and mental health experts told HuffPost that the plan echoes historical legislation that has left homeless and disabled communities isolated in the past.
The plan authorizes police officers to involuntarily place homeless people in psychiatric care, even if they don't appear to pose a threat to the public.