Kind security guard rides bike for 4km to return lost wallet to owner

Kind security guard rides bike for 4km to return lost wallet to owner

- Chloe Marino and her five-month-old son visited a grocery store for shopping

- The two left in a hurry and the mum did not realised she left her wallet behind

- Aina Townsend, a security guard, spotted the wallet on a shopping cart and kept it safe till his shift ended

- He then pedalled for one hour to Chloe's place and returned the wallet

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Chloe Marino dropped something valuable at the grocery store and had no idea that an angel would have delivered at her doorstep.

Kind security guard rides bike for 4km to return lost wallet to owner

Chloe and her family. Photo: Chloe Marino
Source: UGC

Chloe who lives in Hawaii shopped in a hurry and left for home only to realise she had left behind her wallet.

At the time, the mum was with her five-month-old son.

A security guard named Aina Townsend saw the wallet and knew the owner was probably wondering where she left it or how she lost it.

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The Foodland Grocery store employee picked the wallet and checked to see if the owner’s address was written on one of the documents.

As fate would have it, Chloe’s address was indicated on one of the documents.

Aina got off work when his shift ended, hopped onto his bicycle and rode for 4km as he searched for his customer’s home.

It took him one hour to get to Chloe’s house but that did not bother the kind gentleman.

The 22-year-old told CNN he had once lost his wallet in the past and he knew the kind of stress it inflicted on a person.

“I was shocked at first, I had not even realized I had lost it,” Chloe said.

In other inspirational news, reported that a woman celebrated her new home and responsibility. Hlehle, @NomhleSibo, took to Twitter to flex her new home and an important part of growing up and becoming independent.

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She shared a pic of her holding house keys with a small kitchen in the background and couple of doors leading off.

She captioned it:

"Time to put those big girl panties on..."

This was something a lot of South Africans could relate to, something which most people experience; that moment when you realise you are officially an adult, in charge of your own life.

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