STOLEN CASH RETURNED TO OWNER WITH KIND LETTER
An Arkansas woman was looking for a sign that there are still good people in the world who do the right thing ... and she finally received it.
Susan McNabb was shopping at Walmart and dropped her wallet containing $160. When she returned to the store, she found the wallet but the cash was gone.
McNabb then went to the police station to file a report, but never expected anything to be done about it. She was shocked to get a phone call from the police telling her that someone had returned the cash.
She was told that a woman, who didn't want to be identified, dropped off an envelope at the station containing the cash and a handwritten note apologizing for taking the money. The note read, "To the lady that left her wallet at Walmart ... please forgive me as I always strive to have integrity, and that day I failed miserably."
McNabb says she was so moved by the woman doing the right thing that she's decided to use some of the money to help others.
PEOPLE ARE DYING TAKING SELFIES
A US man died last week after slipping off a cliff while taking selfies at a whale-watching site in Sydney's south.
Sadly, he's far from alone.
Incidence of selfie-related deaths published in media, December 2013 to January 2017
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