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You still have to do the right thing no matter your plight in life: No excuses

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by Revmitchell, Nov 25, 2013.

  1. Revmitchell

    Revmitchell Well-Known Member
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    The man, believed to be named Josh Crabber, found a wallet that belonged to a guest while he was searching through trash for food. Instead of using the cash and credit cards for himself, Josh walked into the hotel and returned the wallet.

    According to the Associated Press, the wallet's owner had been robbed earlier that day and the thieves disposed of the wallet in the trash.

    Now, the Omni wants to reward Josh's noble deed and is looking for him.

    "Every person has a story and this person obviously has a story and did the right thing by bringing [the wallet] to try to find [its owner]," the hotel's managing director, Scott Stuckey, told Atlanta's WSB-TV. "When you're looking through food in the garbage can, it's probably one of the toughest times of [your] life. But when you find somebody's wallet and you do the right thing, I think we'd like to do the right thing by this person."

    The hotel would like to give Josh $500 for his efforts, in addition to putting him up in a room for Thanksgiving, with dinner and room service the next day.