In a turn of events making up for yesterday’s story about a thief who never returned the 20,000 yuan he’d stolen from a man’s home as promised, one buggy driver working at a Shenzhen airport terminal picked up nearly 200,000 yuan in cash earlier this week and returned it to a passenger who lost it, Shenzhen Economy Daily reports.
The car driver, Wan Jinsheng, dropped off his passengers at their gates around 6 p.m. on May 6 and began to clean off the seats in back as usual when he spotted a black briefcase stuffed with wads of money on one of the chairs. He searched for the owner of the money on the spot, but couldn’t find him. Later, the driver and his colleagues opened the briefcase and found 58,000 RMB and 150,000 HKD in cash, one ID card and a bank card.
At about 7 p.m., office staff contacted the owner of the briefcase, a man surnamed Xu, who was “anxious as an ant on a hot pan” waiting for his flight sans briefcase.
Wan has been working at the airport for 14 years. Back during the Spring festival travel rush, he found and returned 45,000 RMB to another careless owner, firmly believing that it was the right thing to
By Lucy Liu