Cabbie Returns 120k To Aussie Businessman

Published on 6th November 2019 by Stickboy BKK

Cabbie Returns 120k To Aussie Businessman

A taxi driver who returned 120,000 baht in cash and valuables to an Australian businessman was the talk of Thai news for his honesty.

Uthit Sanehha, 49, found a bag in his boot containing a passport, ID card, 6 credit cards, 3 iPhones, 4,000 Euros, 1,000 Swiss Francs, 10,000 THB, and 30 USD but despite there being photographic ID he says he couldn’t remember which of his passengers the bag belonged to.

It wasn’t until a call came through from FM91 Traffic Pro regarding a foreigners bag being left in a taxi by hotel staff did the light go off in his head who was the owner of the cash and valuables.

Sanehha stopped at the Pullman Bangkok Hotel G on Silom Road and a member of staff placed a bag in his boot while another asked did he have changed of 1,000 baht to take the guest to Sukhumvit Soi 8.

He replied no and drove off claiming he didn’t realise the other hotel worker had put a bag in the boot.

During a press conference, the cabbie said if FM91 hadn’t called he’d have handed the bag into police and he was only slow to do so because his wagon had been in for repairs.

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