A woman in Pearland, Texas, was stunned and confused when a stranger suddenly showed up at her front door Tuesday night claiming to have her “stuff.”
At first, Trang Nguyen thought he was a deliveryman, but was scared when he started speaking into her Ring camera. She hadn’t ordered anything and couldn’t understand what he was saying — or why he was there.
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“He was like, ‘Hi. I have your stuff.’ There was such a bad connection, that was all I heard,” she told KPRC-TV. “I was like, ‘Wait, I didn’t order anything.’ I thought he was an Amazon delivery guy.”
Nguyen realized when the stranger left he had found her lost wallet and had taken it upon himself to return it. Suddenly, her fear of the stranger transformed into radical gratitude.
Nguyen believes she accidentally left the wallet — complete with all of her credit cards — on top of her car. The man can be heard telling her in the video she “dropped [the wallet] on the street” before he left it outside the door and walked away.
“I was in shock,” she said.
Now she’s trying to find him so she can thank him for taking the time to track her down.
“Thank you so much for returning my wallet,” she told the man in her KPRC-TV interview. “I hope this video gets to you, because I want to thank you personally and properly.”
It’s such a simple act of kindness, but one with an enormous impact. During a time when so many are focused on themselves, this man decided to go out of his way to drive to a stranger’s home and hand back a random wallet.
Stories like this remind us of the goodness around us.
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