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    Smile Bangladeshi cabbie returns cash

    Mukul Asadujjaman, a medical student, drove nearly 80kms (50 miles) to an address he found with the money.

    He left his phone number when he found no one at home. The money belonged to an Italian grandmother visiting the US.

    Mr Asadujjaman was offered a reward, but he turned it down saying that as a devout Muslim he could not accept it.

    Felicia Lettieri, of Pompeii, Italy, and six relatives had taken two cabs on Christmas Eve, Newsday newspaper reported.

    Mrs Lettieri, 72, left her purse behind, with more than $21,000 of the group's travelling money, jewellery worth thousands more, and some of their passports.

    Her sister, Francesca Lettieri, 79, of Long Island, said the honest driver had saved her family's vacation.
    "We really love what he did," she said.

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    Default Re: Bangladeshi cabbie returns cash

    Quote Originally Posted by Hamilton View Post
    Mukul Asadujjaman, a medical student, drove nearly 80kms (50 miles) to an address he found with the money.

    He left his phone number when he found no one at home. The money belonged to an Italian grandmother visiting the US.

    Mr Asadujjaman was offered a reward, but he turned it down saying that as a devout Muslim he could not accept it.

    Felicia Lettieri, of Pompeii, Italy, and six relatives had taken two cabs on Christmas Eve, Newsday newspaper reported.

    Mrs Lettieri, 72, left her purse behind, with more than $21,000 of the group's travelling money, jewellery worth thousands more, and some of their passports.

    Her sister, Francesca Lettieri, 79, of Long Island, said the honest driver had saved her family's vacation.
    "We really love what he did," she said.

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    Off topic: nice sig.especially the 1st point was very useful.

    On topic: bangladeshi der respect ase....Mr asadujjaman eitai proman korlen

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