Facing a street full of indifference with a smile on your face
Collecting is tough - just don't call them chuggers, writes Nicola Anderson
Published 24/08/2015 | 02:30
'You wouldn't mind zipping me up at the back, love, would you?" asks a girl in her mid 20s in a green lace dress, telling me she was 'after getting saturated' in the recent downpour.
Startled, I comply and find myself fumbling nervously as I button up the dress of a complete stranger.
Stand around on Parnell Street in Dublin's inner city for long enough and anything is liable to happen.