Over $100,000 raised for homeless 'trolleyman' who helped police during Melbourne terror attack

Michael Rogers used a shopping trolley to ram Hassan Khalif Shire Ali.

A crowdfunding campaign for a homeless man who took on an attacker with a shopping trolley has now raised $110,000

Michael Rogers has had a tough life, spending time in and out of jail over the last 20 years for petty crimes, as well as battling substance abuse. But now he’s been hailed as a national hero for using a shopping trolley to take on an attacker in Melbourne’s Bourke Street on Friday afternoon.

Bourke Street attack: Trolley Man Michael Rogers just wanted to help after a life of crime Feted as hero after life of crime, Trolley Man just wanted to do something right

Melbourne's 'homeless hero' has one regret: that his grandmother didn't live to see him commit his selfless act.

Australians donate to 'trolley hero'

Thousands donate to help a homeless man who tackled a Melbourne knife attacker using a trolley.

The humble homeless hero who helped police take down the Bourke Street terrorist has revealed the one regret about the selfless act that put his own life in danger.

Melbourne Grateful to 'Trolley Man' Who Confronted Bourke Street Attacker

A homeless man who used a shopping trolley to fend off a knife-wielding attacker as he stabbed at police in Melbourne has been unexpectedly rewarded by grateful citizens who had donated more than A$50,000 to help him.

Money pours in for trolley hero

A GoFundMe set up for the hero “trolley man” who thwarted a terrorist has already raised almost ten times its original target.