In a world where people would do anything for money, this uncle proves us wrong by wanting to return the money he knows is not his!
Mr. Yang bought S$10 worth of 4D tickets from Redhill, Singapore on the 5th of October. But in a twist of events, he accidentally grabbed some that didn’t belong to him. One of those was the ticket shown below, which was bought with a price of S$25 instead of S$10.
In a weird stroke of luck, this ticket ended up winning one of the starter prizes that day with a cash payout of S$5,000(RM 15,207)! Any other person would’ve been like this right now:
However, Mr.Yang being the gentleman he is, knew the money was not his, so he decided to return the winning stub back to the gaming headquarters but he was told that the stub should be taken to the police station. As that would be troublesome and complicated, Mr. Yang contacted Xinming Daily and said,
“I want to be a good person but it’s so troublesome, so I decided to reach out to the press in hopes of finding the owner. This money does not belong to me, so I don’t covet it.”
“I want to be a good person but it’s so troublesome” has to be the most relatable statement of the year! Being kind and honest is so rare nowadays, so kudos to the uncle for taking the extra mile and doing the right thing.
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