Kind-hearted small stall owner returns GHc 12,000 cash he found; refuses reward

Kind-hearted small stall owner returns GHc 12,000 cash he found; refuses reward

- Mossan Rasal, a small stall owner has left many greatly impressed

- The 23-year-old found a wallet containing GHc 12,000 in cash

- Mossan Rasal went to the police with the item

- He refused a reward after the rightful owner finally received the wallet and cash

A 23-year-old man identified as Mossan Rasal has left many stunned after he refused reward for returning a wallet containing €2,000 (£1770; $2200) in cash.

Mossan Rasal, found the wallet on the street of Rome full of cash and returned the package to the rightful owner.

The 23-year-old Bangladeshi native went straight to the police after he sighted the wallet on a pavement in the Italian capital. And the police arranged for the rightful owner to collect the wallet with cash from Rasal.

Rasal noted that the wallet was not his and didn’t have to keep it.

He revealed that he didn’t know that amount in the wallet and said: I just took everything to the [police] station,’ Mr Rasal told Italian daily La Repubblica.

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Kind-hearted small stall owner returns GHc 12,000 cash he found; refuses reward
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Police confirmed that the wallet contained several credit cards, a driver’s licence and personal identification papers.

Kind-hearted Rasal’s benevolent gesture did not go unrewarded after he returned the item.

According to the BBC, he was given a reward but he refused to accept.

Rasal, who has been living in the city of Rome for seven years runs a small stall in central Rome

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Their mother, Cathey Belcher, disclosed in an interview that she is happy and proud of her kids.

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