November 26, 2022

Honest man returns lost wallet despite being devastated by Typhoon Paeng

An honest man deserved praise after returning the wallet he found containing 10,000 pesos despite the devastation caused by Typhoon Paeng.

The Good Samaritan returned the 10,000 pesos worth of the wallet he took and resisted the temptation to keep the money. Yolito Laure, a kind man from Calbayog City in East Samar, was cited as the honest man.

In Matnog Port, Yolito worked with port police to return the claimed wallet to its owner, the Philippine Port Authority reported. The wallet contains P10,000 in cash as well as the owner’s IDs.

The wallet went missing just hours after the ro-ro vessel returned to service on the Matnog, Sorsogon – Allen, Northern Samar route. Yolito received recognition and a reward for his sincerity based on the post.

Of the 98 people who died as a result of the recent Typhoon Paeng, 69 people were injured or injured and 63 were reported missing. The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) also said the typhoon impacted 575,728 families.

80,000 families were relocated to evacuation centers to avoid the risk of flooding. According to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Agency, 20 parts of Luzon are still under signal number one (PAGASA). Locate the 20 areas in Luzon covered by Signal #1.

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