Saturday, December 12, 2020

"God will do me better down the road."

 In Logansport, Indiana, a man whose cash-filled wallet was accidentally discarded got it back recently. Robert Nolte's wallet ended up in the trash after he asked a friend to discard a pair of his pants that were covered with paint. Nolte later realized his wallet had been in the discarded pants.

City Code Enforcement Officer Johnny Quinones worked with a crew from trash-hauler Republic Services to find the pants, and the wallet, after digging through nine tons of garbage. Nolte tried to give Quinones $100 in a gesture of thanks for his efforts to find the wallet, but Quinones refused the gift. To explain why, he said to Nolte, "God will do me better down the road."

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