Victor Molina is a bricklayer. At the beginning of the week, he lost his wallet on his way to the Casilda collective terminal, where he lives with his family. Masticando bronze entered the bus and went to a neighboring city where they were waiting to work. The passerby found it and put it in a box of lost items on the local radio.
Workers of the station were stunned when they examined the wallet in search of some documentation that allowed the location of the owner. They found handwritten paper with a phrase "Sorry, I do not take people's things, but I do not have to feed my children, so I owe money".
A letter left by a man who found a wallet and returned it, but he kept the money.
Molina (52), father of eight children (five boys and three girls), learned of what happened the next day, when she returned to Casillas. Far from being upset or upset by the actions of those who have found their belongings, He was contemplative with a stranger.
"He had 500 pesos, if he really took the money to feed his children, I lost him at a good moment and that person found him, something is happening," he explained in an interview with Radio Casild. He added: "If you really did it to feed your child, that's very good, do not be a problem." He does not owe me anything, it's already"
The man never doubted the truth of the note. "I am convinced that what is written in the note is true, that I found it without shame, to extract the money and to insert it. But if you leave a message, I think at some point is someone who knows me"said Molina, who pointed to the" economic situation in the country "that provoked the" desperate actions "of many neighbors.
Moreover, he thanked the stranger for returning his wallet with documentation, the only thing he was worried about. Silver is coming and going. It's very difficult to make a decision when something like this happens to you when your family is hungry. I hope you will never touch me, he said.