Thai honesty: Come in Mr Anderson - your money is waiting for you!

Thai honesty: Come in Mr Anderson - your money is waiting for you!

 

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Image: Manager

 

Police in Cha-Am are looking for a foreign tourist called John Anderson after an honest hotel employee handed in a wallet that was found on the sidewalk outside. 

 

Chompoonut Mangprasert, 22, a front office staffer at the Talay Hotel and Villa in Cha-Am went to the police after a wallet containing 19,032 baht, three credit cards and ID in the name of Mr Anderson was found early morning on Friday.

 

Police praised her for her honesty and are now trying to find the rightful owner after efforts to do that at the hotel failed.

 

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Source: Manager

 

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