Twitter in overdrive, 6th grader names and shames hit-and-run offender

Twitter in overdrive, 6th grader names and shames hit-and-run offender

A man praises a grade 6 student for shedding light on a hit-and-run accident and his tweet goes viral.

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Twitter user, @Andrew_Sipowicz, shared a tweet where he thanked a grade 6 pupil for saving him thousands in damages to his car.

The tweet included an image of his damaged vehicle along with a copy of the note drawn by the child.

Sipowicz returned to his car when he discovered the damage done to the fender and bonnet.

The guilty party was allegedly a bus driver and Briefly.co.za understands that he just drove off without providing his contact details.

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Fortunately for Sipowicz, the honest student witnessed the whole incident and left him a detailed note, including a drawn picture of the bus.

He provided a later update to confirm the child was tracked down and that he is in the process of rewarding her for her assistance.

Tweeps praised the young child and some saw the funny side as well.

One tweep remarked that she has a future in insurance.

Another tweep shared a similar experience as well where a co-worker knocked into his car but then drove away. An eye-witness left a note on the victim’s car as well.

Briefly.co.za has shared some of the most eye-catching tweets here.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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