Honest netizen goes out of his way to look for owner of a lost bag

Honest netizen goes out of his way to look for owner of a lost bag

- An honest netizen certainly earned praises of many online users after he went out of his way to look for the owner of a lost bag

- He posted the contents of the bag, including the ID of the owner so that more people could see whom it belongs

- He aimed to be able to reach the owner of the bag so that the items could be duly returned to him

- Indeed, he showed that there are still honest individuals out there, and that there are still Filipinos who would look after their fellows despite the hard times

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An honest netizen named Genard Calibayan Octaviano took to Facebook and shared the photos of a lost bag, which he picked up in Makati.

He posted photos of the contents of the back, including the identification, so that somehow, it could reach the owner and he would be able to retrieve the bag back.

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Based on the photo on the ID, the owner was Mark Andrei Dogillo.

The contents of the bag were alcohol, money, a cellphone charger, a driver's license, and other important IDs.

"Paps kung nandito k man ako nkapulot ng bag mo gnina s makati...

MARK ANDRIE DOGILLO

PM MO AKO...."

Many netizens praised the honest guy.

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Honesty is not just an old notion, it is still something that people can do, and having the value is worth more than silver.

Honest netizen goes out of his way to look for owner of a lost bag

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Source: UGC

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Acts of kindness are not something new among Filipinos. A food delivery rider was lauded by netizens after it sacrificed so much to protect the food of his customer, including braving the flooded street.

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A popular vlogger, Basel Manadil, gave cash to the delivery rider who brought his food. In return, several riders brought him some food to show their thanks.

In these times, Filipino resiliency is something that Pinoys can be proud of. One good example is how people looked for ways and means to live after they lost their jobs because of unexpected circumstances. For instance, a stewardess turned to online selling when she lost her job. She showed that there would always be a way.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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