Man returns seventy five,500 baht he found at Bangkok ATM

A Thai man was praised for his honesty after he returned seventy five,500 baht he found at a Bangkok petrol station money machine to its rightful proprietor.
Lampakchee Police Station introduced on its official Facebook web page that Abdulrorsa Alqasim, a 22 yr old Thai man, is a mannequin citizen and an inspiration to the Lampakchee group for returning the money to its owner.
On Sunday, April 2 at round 6pm, Abdulrorsa told police that he had visited a petroleum station on Chueam Samphan Road in Bangkok’s Nong Chok district to withdraw cash from Siam Commercial Bank’s ATM. When he was about to begin his transaction, he seen that some cash had been left behind in the money dispenser. He eliminated it, accomplished his banking, and took the money to the Lampakchee Police Station to search out its proprietor.
Police officers investigated the case and discovered that the owner of the cash was a Thai man named Kriangsak Kliangtrakoon. Officers contacted Kriangsak who instantly rushed to the police station to retrieve the cash.
Kriangsak revealed that he went to the petrol station to deposit his cash. He thought his transaction was profitable and left the ATM with out checking. He expressed his gratitude to Abdulrorsa for his honesty and to the Lampakchee Police Station for their assistance within the matter.
The Superintendent of the Lampakchee Police Station, Nirutchapon Yothamart, stated that Abdulrorsa deserved to be honoured for his action. The police station supplied him the certificate to reward his act.
Last 12 months, a truck driver by accident scattered 100,000 baht while driving on the road within the Isaan province of Khon Kaen. The driver realised his mistake only when he arrived at his destination. Luckily, No problem of drivers who witnessed the incident parked their cars on the roadside and rushed to gather the money and return it to the owner.
They managed to gather about 92,000 baht, but the different eight,000 baht had gone due to the robust wind. The cash was returned successfully with the help of the police. One of the drivers posted a video of the second after they collected cash on TikTok. Watch the video HERE..

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