When a woman went to a police station in the small town of Rothenburg in northern Germany, the police recognized her honesty. This woman went to give the police nineteen thousand euros that she found lying on the road.
Police in Rothenburg, a city in the city state of Bremen in northern Germany, said on Wednesday, January 25, that the woman (59) was walking from work when she was hit by a white car on the road. the envelope was found dropped.
The words “19000 euros” were written on the envelope. When the woman opened the envelope, there were actually nineteen thousand euros in cash. The woman immediately went to the nearest police station and deposited the money with the words: “I found this money lying on the road.”
After thanking the German woman for her honesty, the police officers were still talking to each other when a 67-year-old citizen arrived at the police station in great distress. He said he lost a large white envelope, which contained a lot of money.
The man told police he put an envelope full of cash on the roof of the car before getting into his car. Then he got into his car and headed home. He realized his mistake a few minutes later, but by then the envelope full of cash had fallen somewhere on the road.
At this, the police asked the person how much money was in the envelope and what was the value of the banknotes. The person said that the total amount was nineteen thousand euros and the same value was written on the white envelope. Apart from this, he also told the police how many notes of what value were in the envelope.
The police returned the money, worth about 21,000 US dollars and about 47 million Pakistani rupees, after confirming the man’s statements to their satisfaction.
Interestingly, the man did not even know who the honest German woman was, who, after finding 19,000 euros lying on the road, took the money directly to the police station.