- A woman, Elaine Dyer, thanked South Africans for their honesty
- Her post followed a local family returning her husband's wallet all the way to London, United Kingdom
- Dyer shared the letter the Kenyon family sent with the lost wallet
Elaine Dyer's husband was on a trip to Cape Town in August when he lost his wallet. On 9 October, Dyer was surprised to find the missing wallet in the post.
The wallet was accompanied by a letter from the Kenyon family, who said they found the wallet in their hired car in the Mother City.
Dyer's Facebook post read:
"Well just wanted to share this to let you know South Africans you are amazing! My husband lost his wallet on a recent visit to Cape Town in August. Today it arrived in the post with a note from The Kenyon family saying they found it in their hired car in Cape Town. It was posted all the way back to the UK! Everything was still in it including his drivers licence! Kenyon family wherever you are thank you, you make South Africa proud."
The letter read:
"Mr Dyer, We found this in our hired car in Cape Town. Not sure if there had been any cash or credit cards in it but there wasn't when we found it. Sorry it's taken a while to get this back to you. The Kenyon family."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that another Good Samaritan returned a wallet after almost two years, with all the money still inside.
A Twitter user has shared an indescribable moment on his timeline after he found a wallet 17 months after he lost it, under strange circumstances.
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