A Thief Returns the Money he stole from a Woman after He Saw Her Bank Balance, the incident happened on February 16, 2019. Li was withdrawing 2,500 Yuan’s from an ATM machine when a thief approached her with a sharp knife and asked her to give her the cash.
The thief was not satisfied with the money that Li gave her, he, later on, asks her to show him her bank balance.
After realizing that Li had nothing left in her bank account, the thief decided to give the money back to her and can be seen smiling while he walks away. The ATM CCTV captured the bizarre moment.
The incident went viral on almost every social media platform, most of the netizens hailed the thief for the kind gesture he showed. But, after some time, the local police arrested him.
This is not the first time that a robber showed a kind gesture to the person who they robbed.
Last year, Steve Valentine a resident of Birmingham, shared a photo on Twitter that showed an email from the thief who stole his friends’ laptop that had a lot of his university work.
So my flat mates laptop got stolen today, please pree what the thief sent him 😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/pDhhpmncPz
— Stevie Valentine (@StevieBlessed) November 28, 2018
The unnamed thief apologized for what he did, the subject line of the email he sent said “Im sorry about your laptop”
In the email, the thief said: “hello i am very very sorry for taking your laptop. i am extremely poor and needed the money. i left your phone and wallet so i hope that slightly makes up for something”
The thief added: “i can see you are a university student. if there is any files such as university work on here that you need, let me know and i will send them to you here.”
Another similar incident happened last year to Carlotta Flores, a restaurant owner in Tucson, Arizona. She received a letter in her mail that had USD 1000 cash, and a letter of apology from an unnamed woman who worked for her in the ’90s, the woman said that she stole a couple of hundred bucks from the restaurant when she used to work there.
The woman wrote: “It’s been 20 years, but I still carry great remorse. I am very sorry that I stole from you. Please accept my apology + this money as a repayment + 20 years of interest. May God forever bless you and your family.”