While working at his second job with an airline in Kansas City, Robert Lewis peeked into a bag to find “$266,000 worth of individually wrapped diamond rings and wedding bands.” He turned the sack over to police, and for his honesty he received a $10,000 reward from the jewelry store that owned them. (AP)

3 COMMENTS

  1. Great news. Reminds me of taxi drivers in New York and other cases. This will improve the spirit of all the workers at that airport – making them want to emulate this man and give them a sense of pride. It also lifts many people up around the world who hear about it. Si many people are honest. I lost my wallet 3 times now and always was returned with cash intact. I also found one with hundreds of pounds in and handed it in 🙂

  2. I second Andrew’s comment on the world abounding in human honesty. I also lost my wallet once on the sidewalk of a busy city street. A lottery ticket vendor found it and called the only number I had on a pice of paper i the wallet, which went to a tour guide i once had who is my brother-in-law’s cousin, and they contacted me to pick it up!