A kind-hearted stranger saved a young homeless couple from sleeping on the streets over Christmas by building them a mobile cabin.
The incredible invention is insulated and boasts lighting, a fire alarm, lights and a lock.
Mark Burgess, 35, from Cardiff, designed the £350 shelter for a single homeless person to sleep in and keep them and their belongings safe – as the cabin cleverly locks from both outside and in.
His hut was immediately snapped up by homeless couple Sion, 34, and Sherrie, 28, despite the cabin being only intended for one, reports WalesOnline.
He said: “I walked around Cardiff on Christmas Eve and when I got to St Mary Street I saw a couple with a dog.
“I talked to them for a while and even though I had built it for one person they seemed keen so I took the guy to see it.
“He had promised her they would be off the …
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