Christian Page has used the social network to call out authorities for their actions against the homeless and says tweeting gives him the “feeling of existing”.
The 45-year-old was conduct waiter at a grill in the capital’s abundant Madeleine district and had served former Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, before apropos homeless.
Mr Page handed in his notice after a divorce sloping him into basin and he could “no longer grin at people anymore”.
He became homeless in Apr 2015 when he was evicted, incompetent to compensate lease while vital off 545 euros (£485) a month in benefits.
On Christmas Day last year, he tweeted a photo of steel barriers commissioned around air vents in the city, which are mostly used by homeless people to keep warm.
The post, which flagged the street name and mentioned housing organisations, stirred internal authorities to mislay the barriers after it was shared some-more than 2,000 times.
Mr Page, who has kept a phone agreement with internet access, uses an old smartphone with a burst screen to tweet.
“In the morning, we get a ‘Hello Christian’, and in the dusk a ‘Goodnight’. It sounds stupid but these little messages pierce me,” he told AFP.
“I’m blissful if my messages find an audience. It competence meant a sandwich for a homeless person at the other finish of France.”
Over the gratifying period, he was left the keys to a Paris unit after a champion pronounced he was divided for the holidays.
Mr Page also receives donations of garments and shoes, which he shares with others.
Given his new good fortune, he is certain about getting off the streets.
He said: “Anything can happen. With my stream run of luck, we should play the lottery!”