- A grateful young man recently headed online to share a touching post about an honest petrol attendant
- According to the post, the Engen petrol attendant found his lost wallet and then returned it despite it being full of money
- South Africans loved hearing that there were still honest people in the world and shared this thought in the comment section
A young man, Gerhard Grove recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a heartwarming post about an honest petrol attendant, Petrus that went above and beyond to return his wallet that was full of money.
"We stopped for fuel at the Engen garage in Harrismith(the old Engen with the N5 restaurant) and my wallet fell out. Even though my wallet was full of cash, the petrol attendant Petrus found my number inside my wallet and phoned me immediately without taking a cent, there’s still good people out there and they need recognition.
"Thanks to Petrus for my wallet and Fika for letting Petrus use your phone to phone me Engen SA you guys can be proud to have a worker like Petrus working for you," he wrote in the inspiring post.
Stayers had this to say:
Diane Steynberg said:
"So proud of you, not much of your type out there."
Don Desmond Bantom said:
"Good work Petrus God Bless."
Dennii Dorning said:
"God bless these most wonderful guys!"
Cherol Shezi said:
"Thanks, Petrus for being courageous enough to choose who you are and that is a good person ❤️"
Bessie Botes said:
"Mooi gebaar. Kry nog goeie mense."
In similar inspiring Briefly News, imagine getting to meet your favourite person while having a normal day at your work. A young South African petrol attendant recently had this happen to him and the result was overwhelmingly sweet.
In a clip that was shared by the man's favourite journalist, Zikhona Tshona, she and the cameraman are standing at a petrol station when the attendant asks the cameraman to say hi to Zikhona for him when he sees her next.
Soon Zikhona takes off her mask and reveals herself, much to the attendant's delight.
"This is how my day started... actually. Simon walked up to us asking us to greet someone for him... I laugh, a colleague said, hayi mani ask him again," Zikhona captioned the clip.
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Source: Briefly News