It is always commendable to do good always. No matter your age, the situation or circumstance you may be. Here are two examples of a good deed by a 7 year old boy in US and a staff of Total Station in Nigeria.
Triffin Steele, a 7-year-old child from South Carolina, made a shocking discovery at a local gas station.
He recalls the story of how his father stopped at a gas station and when he stepped outside of the car he noticed a red $20 bill. The child thought that the money looked weird and when he asked the store clerk if the money was real she told him that it was real money.
Brian Humphries Jr robbed two banks on the 28th of January
The boy bought a bottle of soft drink and when he went to throw the wrapper away he found the rest of the money which was also covered in a red dye. The boy’s father immediately reported the finding to the police.
The police never said how much money was really in the bag. “There was a lot of it that didn’t have the red on it but I wanted to do the right thing,” said Griffin.
Police believe that the money was left by bank robber Brian Humphries Jr., 35, who robbed the Conway National Bank and the TD bank on the 28th of January. The police search for the robber still continues.
Likewise, a female staff of Total Nigeria has been praised for her rare display of integrity. Adeyeye Omolara (pictured in Red) returned the sum of N108,000 that a customer lost at a branch of the station. Below is the announcement made on Facebook by Total Nigeria:
We all know that it is widespread in Nigeria that Service Station attendants are fraudulent and in fact, they have been subtly termed as “crooks”. Well, I am proud to announce to you that Total Nigeria is not in that category!