Robbers return valuables they stole from delivery man, console him

Robbers return valuables they stole from delivery man, console him

- Viral CCTV footage showed how two robbers returned goods they had stolen from a delivery man

- The video sparked different reactions online with the majority saying that the robbers expressed humanity

- Before they fled the scene, one of the robbers was seen consoling the delivery man when he broke into tears

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Social media is buzzing with a video which recently went viral.

The video captures something unusual which has left people with lots of thoughts with many claiming that the video brought out what humanity is all about.

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According to several reports, the CCTV footage shows how two robbers returning goods they had stolen from a delivery man.

The incident which has left many in tears is reported to have taken place in Karachi, Pakistan.

"CCTV footage of robbers in Karachi consoling a food delivery man and returning his valuables after he breaks down into tears," reported the Express Tribune.
Robbers return valuables they stole from delivery man, console him instead

Robbers captured on CCTV consoling a delivery man they stole from. Photo: UGC.
Source: UGC

From the clip, the delivery man is seen returning to his bike when the robbers approached on a bike and looted all that he had.

However, instead of running away, they start talking to the man and within a few minutes, they return his belongings.

Before they flee the scene, one of the robbers is seen consoling the delivery man when he breaks into tears. He gives him a warm hug.

The video sparked different actions online with the majority saying that the robbers expressed humanity.

However, not everyone agreed that the robbers should be praised.

Others said that the robbers should be praised for sparing the man's life.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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