This is happening more and more. Homeless people finding a dumpster and climbing inside to eat whatever they can find. Sounds disgusting, but many people say that companies are tossing good, not outdated yet, food away in these dumpsters. Last year, there was a dumpster death by an Amazon warehouse. The two lids on the dumpster were down, so the man got up on the side of it and pulled one lid up. It was staying up until he jumped in and it came down. He began eating whatever he could feel, but couldn't stand up to get the lid open to get out. The man was found the next morning "stiff as a board" in the dumpster by an Amazon employee. Another homeless man got into a dumpster, fell asleep and was awoke when the dumpster truck was lifting up the dumpster. He yelled, but those trucks can be mighty noisy. Obviously, unknowing that there was a person in the back of his truck, in the trash, he started the compactor. This happened three different times, in route to the drivers next pickup. On the third time of compacting, both of the legs of the man were crushed. The driver finally heard a noise in the back, checked it out and found the man, almost dead. The man was taken to the hospital, where they were able to save one leg, but had to amputate the other at the knee. The reported that done the article on Dumpster Deaths did acknowledge that the homeless people he talked to admitted having a drug (meth/weed) habit and drinking problems that got them homeless. These homeless people had been offered help and declined all of it. What do you think?