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Coby Persin has over three million followers on YouTube, where he frequently posts pranks and social experiments.

For one of his most recent pranks, Coby, a millionaire, went undercover dressed as a homeless man to see how a restaurant would treat him based on his appearance.


He wasn't expecting any sort of VIP treatment, but was still shocked by the level of disrespect he encountered.

Watch his encounter here.

In the video, a restaurant employee turns Coby away, telling him to "go eat at McDonald's," and that:

"We're not going to be able to do it, sir. This place is a little too expensive for you."

Persin insists he has "lots of money," but the employee continues throwing Coby off the property.

Of course, that's when Coby calls his Rolls Royce.



Coby's driver brings out a suitcase full of money just to show the employee the vlogger was telling the truth.

Persin then says:

"I told you I had money. What's crazy is the way you judged people just by their appearance."

People online took an important lesson from Persin's video.




Commenters on YouTube chimed in as well.

Coby Persin/YouTube


Coby Persin/YouTube


Coby Persin/YouTube


Coby Persin/YouTube

This isn't Persin's first outing as the Homeless Millionaire...

Here is another of his videos.

And another.


The next time you are about to judge someone based on their appearance, take a second and rethink your decision.

Everyone deserves a little human kindness and compassion.

H/T - Business Insider, YouTube

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