Every action has a consequence, but not always does the person carrying out the action face the consequences.
For instance, if you rob someone of their valuables, you may not get caught but the person you robbed may have severely needed what you took from them.
Thankfully, these robbers realised that their actions had consequences on others. The Express Tribune (@etribune) took to their Twitter page to showcase two thieves in Karachi, Pakistan, who robbed a food delivery rider only to immediately return his items and console him as the rider broke down in tears.
— The Express Tribune (@etribune) June 16, 2020
They wrote, “CCTV footage of robbers in Karachi consoling a food delivery man and returning his valuables after he broke down into tears goes viral.”
In the video, the robbers can be seen taking the riders items before immediately returning it back him, giving him a hug, shaking his hand and giving him pats on the shoulder to comfort the poor man as he wiped his tears.
It’s truly amazing to see how remorseful the thieves were after they realised how badly it could affect the person being robbed.
We just hope that they now choose to live a crime-free life and help others in need.
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