Grateful man thanks honest cab driver with full tank of petrol

Grateful man thanks honest cab driver with full tank of petrol

- A man shared a lovely story about an honest cab driver

- The driver returned his wallet after he has forgotten it in the cab

- The wallet still had all the cards and money untouched and social media users were impressed

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A man took to social media to praise an honest cab driver for returning his lost wallet. The man applauded the driver for going out of his way to make sure the item was returned safely. The grateful customer thanked him by paying for a full tank of petrol for his car.

Twitter user NeoMerafi shared the story on the social media platform along with a picture of the cab driver named Warren:

"Left my wallet in his car last night,he called me 10 times to tell me. This morning he drove all the way to give it back. All my cards and money there. His name is Warren and he is a Taxify driver, I poured his full tank. Not all are bad"

The post went viral on social media as many appreciated the story of honesty and kindness. Twitter user sliemashandu said:

"We need more drivers like Warren. Last night my hubby left his card & phone in a @Boltapp_za. The phone has been OFF since morning"

Esmieplanner said:

"I left my phone in one last week and the driver literally drops the phone each time I try to call him and @Boltapp_za hasn't been helpful at all. I hope he gets it back"

The_tolokazi said:

"May you both be blessed even more. In a world so full of bad things, these are the stories we wanna hear. The stories that remind us that there are still kind people out there"

THATONZI said:

"That is amazing! My phone fell out of my pocket last year in a blot/taxify car.... I'm writing this on a new phone. I guess we know what happened"

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Esther93649798 said:

"Fully agree with you Neo. Not all of them are bad. Yesterday I left my phone in one of the cars while rushing to a meeting. The driver came back looking for me and gave me my phone back"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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