Currently in Toronto to promote his new film, Cassandra’s Dream, Colin Farrell ran into a homeless man outside the Intercontinental hotel on Bloor street. The man, known as Stress, first met Farrell four years ago, when the Irish actor was shooting A Home at the End of the World in Toronto, and as it turns out, Farrell remembered him. According to the National Post, Stress let it slip that his 55th birthday was coming up, so Farrell took him shopping to a store called Europe Bound. They picked up a thermal sleeping bag, new clothing and luggage, totalling over $2,000. Before dropping Stress off in Yorkville with his new goods, Farrell slipped him a wad of cash and paid a year’s rent on a room for him.