Taxi driver returns two million pesos to Chinese passenger

With all the viral social media stories today, it’s refreshing to see that some of those are stories depicts honesty. Yesterday, Raffy Tulfo in Action featured a taxi driver who returned a total of 240,000 Yuan or a whopping two million pesos.

The day before, driver Eduardo Matusalem picked up Chinese national Tao Junyi. Unfortunately, Tao left his luggage in the Pinoy’s cab.

Immediately, Tao sought help from the police but no leads were found since the CCTV on the area was not functioning.

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Of course, Tao lost all hope of ever finding his money and valuables. But what he didn’t know was that Eduardo was already on his way to Mandaluyong city to return his passengers belongings.

According to the radio host Raffy Tulfo, the kind act of Eduardo was record-breaking on the show, having returned the biggest sum of money by far.

Tao, on the other hand, was all smiles while he was thanking the kindhearted driver.

“I have to say thank you. You are an honest guy. I really didn’t think that the money and the luggage will be returned. I really think that maybe somebody has taken them away.”

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As a reward, Eduardo received 10,000 pesos from the grateful Chinese national and 2,500 cash and worth of prizes from the radio program. Furthermore, Eduardo and his family were taken out to dinner by Tao.

Not too long ago, a mall security guard also returned almost half a million cash and valuables to its rightful owner.

Watch the video below:

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Posted by Raffy Tulfo in Action on Tuesday, July 3, 2018

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