A disagreement at a charity shop has left both sides seeing red.
John Pender says he went to the Anglicare shop in Culburra two weeks ago, looking for help after his campsite flooded.
Mr Pender is homeless, had no dry clothes, and was unable to keep warm.
"I went for assistance, and they told me they don't give out money," he said.
"I wasn't after money, just a blanket and dry clothes. The lady threw a blanket at me and said 'there's a dog blanket'.
"The way she spoke to me was appalling."
Anglicare Culburra manager, Neroli McCusker, said that did not match her recollection of the incident.
"He came in and chose a blanket, and he got rowdy," she said.
"I'm very happy with the way my staff worked. He got angry about the blanket, but he still walked out with a box of food. I really can't understand why he would be upset.
"If he comes in again we'll probably still give him what he needs. These things might happen once or twice a year, but nobody gets turned away. We do a darn good job here, and I'm very proud of what we do."