On 10 September 2012, Chelsey Walker, the manager of the Fairway Plaza McDonald’s restaurant in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, found an envelope of money next to a till. She said, “All I kept thinking was somebody somewhere was having a very bad day. That could be somebody’s rent or damage deposit or both—somebody needed that money for something. It’s definitely a lot of money, somebody would have had a great week, or a trip to Las Vegas or Mexico.” She turned in the envelope of money to the police, who commended her in a press release: “Police wish to publicly commend the McDonald’s staff member who turned the money in. Thank you for your honesty and integrity.” A few months previously, at another McDonald’s location in Lethbridge, Ms. Walker and her staff found a purse. It contained cash, a passport, and other items. The rightful owner got her purse back.
Source: “Lethbridge McDonalds staffer who turned in cash just being honest.” Calgary Sun (Alberta, Canada). 28 September 2012
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