Homeless Man Receives Job And Apartment For Turning In Designer Wallet He Found

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Nitty’s girlfriend, Tarika, told Thai media Woralop is such a good example that being kind really does pay off. When you’re kind to another, another is kind to you.

wallet1Even though this man was homeless and hungry, he turned in a designer wallet he found. In exchange, the owner gifted him a clapper2job and an apartment.

One’s true character is revealed when they are down on their luck and in a hard place. Fortunately, even when this 44-year-old formerly homeless man had only 9 baht (the equivalent of 25 cents USD) in his pockets, he felt compelled to do the right thing.

Metro relays that Waralop was wandering the city of Bangkok, Thailand, when he came across a designer Hermes wallet that had 20,000 baht ($579) and a number of credit man-main2cards in it.He could have used the money to purchase some food and comfort for the evening, but instead he walked to the local police station and turned it in. Reportedly, the owner of the wallet, 30-year-old Niity Pongkriangyos, hadn’t even noticed that it was missing.

When he learned that Waralop turned in his wallet, he quickly found the man and offered him a job in his Bangkok-based factory. In addition, Waralop was given an apartment to live in.

His new employer considered offering him a 2,000 baht reward, but instead decided that a new job that included packaged living accommodations would be better.

“I was totally surprised when the police told me they had my wallet as I didn’t even know I’d lost it. My first reaction was ‘wow’, if it was me in that position with no money I probably would have kept it. But he was homeless and had just a few coins in his pocket and still handed it in. That shows a good, honest person. Just the kind of staff we need.” 

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Nitty’s girlfriend, Tarika, told Thai media Woralop is such a good example that being kind really homelessdoes pay off. When you’re kind to another, another is kind to you.

The kind man has been granted a fresh start for his honesty. And, he couldn’t be happier. He says: “I’m so grateful to be given this chance to turn my life around. Having a clean bed to sleep in makes me so happy now. I want to thank Nitty and Tarika for the kindness they have both shown to me.”

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Parker County Inmates Save Jailer’s Life

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“To see what is right and not do it is the worst cowardice.” ~ Confucius

After a guard suffered a heart attack, a group of inmates broke out of their cell to save his life.

mugshot-smiley-emoticonEspecially in recent weeks, it’s been difficult to escape from all the negative drama that’s playing out around the world. Luckily, faith in humanity has been restored countless times through the positive actions of strangers, which TrueActivist makes a point to relay, and is inspired once again by this story.

cheifAt a jailhouse in Parker Country, Texas, a group of inmates were awaiting court appearances when the officer guarding them suddenly fell over, unconscious, in his chair. Startled, they called for help. Unfortunately, no one answered.

They were aware that leaving their cell could result in harsher sentences, as well as possibly chuckie-rcmp3endanger their lives if police thought they were trying to escape,  but they chose to help the armed guard who had suffered a heart attack anyways.

WFAA News reports that the inmates threw their combined weight against the cell door and forced it open. 572320-tn_041Then, still handcuffed and shackled, they continued to yell for help as one of them grabbed the guard’s radio to ask for assistance. Police rushed into the holding room and corralled the inmates before realising the officer on guard was unconscious.

If the jailed individuals hadn’t risked their safety by breaking out of their cell, the guard would likely have died, state the officers. It would have been likely 15 minutes before the crisis received attention.

One of the inmates, Nick Kelton, told the press:

“It never crossed my mind not to help whether he’s got a gun or a badge. If he falls down, I’m gonna help him.”

jailOnce the medical emergency was acknowledged, police performed CPR until paramedics arrived with a defibrillator. Thankfully, the guard’s heart started beating once again and he was transferred to a hospital.

paris_is_free-1140This story has gone viral, not only because of the dramatic rescue, but also because it is proof that bad choices in life don’t define a person or their future choices. Good people make mistakes every day; in fact, it’s human to err.

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