The homeless man with a “golden radio voice” got a second chance at life, after a Cleveland reporter interviewed him and the video became a YouTube sensation with over 4.5 million hits.
As soon as Ted Williams, who was panhandling along an Ohio roadside was seen on the Internet, a local radio show brought him on the air. People were so impressed by his voice, that the offers began pouring in — including a dream job with the Cleveland Cavaliers and a free house.
First, watch the YouTube interview that started it all
Now, read what happened afterward, from the New York Post, and watch the video follow-up from CBS Earty Show…
(Great before and after photos, right?)