U nevolji se poznaju junaci. Iako je ovaj 44-godišnji beskućnik imao svega 25 feninga u svom novčaniku, nakon što je pronašao tuđi, nije se dvoumio što učiniti s njim.

Ova priča dolazi sa Tajlanda. Dizajner popularnog brenda Hermes je izgubio novčanik sa 200.000 dolara u njemu i mnoštvom kreditnih kartica.

Beskućnik je pronašao novčanik i shodno situaciju u kojoj se nalazio, s tim novcima je mogao kupiti hranu i prespavati na toplom mjestu, no on je ipak otišao do prve policijske postaje i prijavio.

See SWNS story SWHOME; A homeless man who handed in a designer wallet full of cash was rewarded with a JOB and a new FLAT to live in. Good-hearted Woralop (corr), 45, had just nine baht (0.20p) to his name when he spotted the Hermes wallet with 20,000baht (£440gbp) and credit cards on the street earlier this month. Despite having barely eaten, he trudged to the local police station and gave police the expensive brown leather wallet with all the money still inside. Owner Niity Pongkriangyos, 30, was so thrilled when cops tracked him down that he offered destitute Woralop, who has no surname, a job at his metalwork factory in Bangkok, Thailand.

Kada je vlasnik došao po njega, bio je beskrajno zahvalan. Na tome se nije završilo. Beskućniku se odužio tako što mu je poklonio novi stan u kojem će živjeti i posao kojim će moći platiti troškove života umjesto što bi mu dao običnu novčanu nagradu.

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Da su svi ljudi ovakvi svijet bio bio ljepše mjesto. Ovaj ljubazni čovjek je dokaz da se dobro dobrima vraća i kako sam kaže zahvalan je na prilici koja mu je pružena i neopisivoj sreći koju osjeća zbog svog novog života.

See SWNS story SWHOME; A homeless man who handed in a designer wallet full of cash was rewarded with a JOB and a new FLAT to live in. Good-hearted Woralop (corr), 45, had just nine baht (0.20p) to his name when he spotted the Hermes wallet with 20,000baht (£440gbp) and credit cards on the street earlier this month. Despite having barely eaten, he trudged to the local police station and gave police the expensive brown leather wallet with all the money still inside. Owner Niity Pongkriangyos, 30, was so thrilled when cops tracked him down that he offered destitute Woralop, who has no surname, a job at his metalwork factory in Bangkok, Thailand.