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That 'homeless U2 man' image isn't real, but the man is

His name is Mike.

YOU DON’T NEED to go to any extreme lengths to remove the U2 album from your Apple device. Really.

You definitely don’t need this man’s help:

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This image has been doing the rounds on sharing sites like imgur and 9GAG for the past couple of days:

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It’s also being shared on Twitter:

The image is a fairly obvious photoshop job, and actually uses a photograph of a well known face in the Harvard Square are of Boston, Massachusetts.

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According to the Signs for the Homeless project the man’s name is Mike, and he calls himself ‘The Pope of Harvard Square’.

He’s 58 years old and he became homeless in 2009, after suffering a mild stroke in 2008 and falling behind on medical bills.

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This is what happens when you delete the new U2 album

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