Thai highway sweeper returns almost 200,000 baht misplaced gold equipment to proprietor

Residents in the central province of Phetchabun hailed the honesty of a Thai street sweeper after she found lost gold accessories value nearly 200,000 baht and returned them to their rightful proprietor.
The fifty five year outdated highway sweeper, Ratree Chumwong, efficiently returned the gold equipment to the proprietor on Monday, August 14, with the help of a restaurant proprietor and law enforcement officials.
Ratree told Matichon that she was on morning cleaning duties on Tung Jai Pattana Road at 5am when she stumbled upon a round box from a gold store in entrance of a house along the highway.
Treasure said she recognised that it must be a useful asset but did not dare examine it. She believed the box belonged to the house owner and decided to hide the field in a plastic bin and anticipate the house owner to get up.
Hours passed but nobody stepped out of the premises and the house was quiet. She decided to seek help from the proprietor of a restaurant nearby the home. The restaurant owner checked the field and found a gold necklace, a gold bracelet, and an amulet in a gold body inside.
The restaurant owner and Ratree then rushed to Mueang Phetchabun Police Station to seek for the proprietor of the gold equipment. An officer managed to contact the proprietor of the house, 31 12 months old Ittiphon, the place Ratree found the gold, and Ittiphone confirmed that the gold belonged to him.
Ittiphon visited the police station to reclaim his treasures and expressed his gratitude to Ratree. Ittiphone explained that he was at a party the night before and took off the gold equipment so as to hold them protected whereas having fun with the party.
Ittiphon added that he put the gold box in his bag and he will need to have by accident dropped it when opening the home door. Ittiphon said she was very joyful to get the gold again as a outcome of they were value practically 200,000 baht.
Ratree expressed her happiness from doing a good deed.
“I thought the proprietor should remorse the loss because I feel that once I lose my belongings. I didn’t dare to the touch the box and decided to ask for help from the restaurant proprietor. I am pleased with my good act. I virtually cried. I made a cellphone name to my son and advised him that I did something good that morning. My son was also pleased for me.”

A number of Thai folks have been also pleased for Ratree. The Deputy Mayor of Meaung Phetchabun Municipality, Phattaradon Kositanon, even visited Ratree at her residence to express appreciation for her honesty. Phattaradon additionally invited her to the municipality office to receive the certification and reward for her action..

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