Julianna Szvett is one homeless person who will not fall foul of Hungary's new law fining people who spend the night sleeping rough in public places. She has managed to make a shelter in a cave, meaning she will not be hit with a fine, or sent to jail for not paying it.
Perhaps understandably, Szvett disagrees with the initiative: "Putting people in prison because of where they sleep is incredible. Where should those poor people sleep if they don't have a better place? How are they supposed to pay the fines for sleeping outside or in the streets?" she said.