Two men who've spent years living in trees next to a highway in Sao Paulo, Brazil, have been ordered to leave.
Officials told the men to move into a homeless shelter, but the pair have made the trees their home and say it’s safer and more peaceful than sleeping in a shelter or on the streets.
In a city with a houseless population of 15,000, city social workers say living in a tree sets a bad precedent and violates city code.
Gabriel Elizondo reports from Sao Paulo.
Source: Al Jazeera