Robber returns stolen property back to poor college student

| March 14th, 2012

From Netease:


In the morning on March 9, Xiao Liu, accompanied by a friend got ready to participate in a job fair interview in Zhanjiang city.  When they got off the bus, suddenly a man riding a motorcycle snatched her handbag.  She tried to catch up to him, but only to see the robber riding an unlicensed motorcycle and disappearing in the rain.

Frightened, Liu had tears in her eyes.  After graduated from college, she traveled alone to Zhanjiang looking a job.  Her cell phone and wallet were in her handbag, but more importantly, her and several other students’ diplomas were in there too.

Xiao Liu borrowed a cell phone from a friend and called her own phone over and over again, but always heard the message, “your call can not be completed.”  In despair, she unexpectedly received a text message from her own cell phone, “I placed your diploma over here, come and get it, I do not want to affect your future.”  She replied in a hurry, “Thank you! I am a student came out to look for a job, diploma is really important to me.”  Soon she received another message, “Do not report to the police, I will message you when I place it.  Please forgive a person without a home.”

The robber communicated with her via text message and agreed to place the handbag in a trash can in front of Zhanjiang Eighteen middle school and let Xiao Liu to take back her and her classmates’ diplomas.  With doubts, Xiao Liu went to the address accordingly and found her handbag behind a transformer box near the middle school.  Robber had taken her cellphone and cash in the wallet, the rest of things were returned back to her.

After Xiao Liu got her bag back the robber even called her and ask, “Do you want your cell phone back?”  Xiao Liu was surprised to see all diplomas back and intact and felt fortunate even though the whole thing was unfortunate, so she told the robber generously, “forget about the cell phone, its yours now.”

After Liu hang up the phone, the persistent robber called again and asked her location, “I feel bad for you, college student looking for a job, I will give the phone back to you!”  Not long after Xiao Liu and her friend gave away their location, she heard a “Hello” from behind; a man riding a motorcycle dropped her phone on the floor.  Before they could even react, the man stepped on gas and quickly drove away.

In the vicinity, a company manager Wang said the local police had arrested a group of gang called “flying motorcycle party”, but did not know they are back again.

Xiao Liu hopes that “man without a home” can turn over a new leaf, find a job and live a normal life.

26 Comments | Leave a comment | Comment feed

  1. Huzhang says:

    >Don’t call the police
    I would call the police.

  2. cindy says:

    korean guy:

    The chinese will expose all the evildoers and spread the news across the internet for the other Chinese and the world. The south koreans will hide and deny , lie, and cover up any wrong doing. Their gov’t are corrupted and rampant bribery..

    Over 300 cosmetics companies, drug manufacturers, and baby powder companies purchased the tainted talc from Duksan Reagents(a big south korea manuafacturer), which imports more than 20 percent of Korea’s talc

    While some companies are conducting voluntary recalls of their products, other Korean companies are refusing to accept responsibility. Asbestos exposure is linked to mesothelioma, a cancer that can affect the lining of the lungs, abdomen, and heart.
    The south koreans will continue to sell you their poisonous product and insist they are the best and safe to use.

    The south koreans are foul and nasty when China ban eating dogs the south koreans want to legalize setting up stands on the street eating dogs and cats. They have poor sanitation on the street and vomiting hygienes.

    The south koreans are like cockroaches, they hide and lie and cover up, so filthy and vulgar..boy..terrifying!

  3. cindy says:

    korean guy:

    Your mom gave you grilled dog meats from the street, you probably just didn’t remember. Along with that diarrhea smelling kimchi..puk..vomiting. I need to run. Only south korean will eat kimchi, and they call that food, not even fitted for dogs to eat. They even call themselves Kim. The south koreans not only have mongoloid down syndrome korean facial feature, they are also retarded genetically. South koreans are sad sorry bunch of roaches. disgusting.

  4. cindy says:

    korean guy:

    The south koreans love eating dogs and cats. You can buy them grilled at the local street stands. They just place them on the little stand uncovered. pukk poor sanitation…
    They also like food that smell like urine. And I am not joking. They really have very nasty smell. South korea and their people the street is just nasty and dirty, aweful smell.

    They eat live worms, and live crabs, live octopus. sea marine worms.They call that exotic dishes.

  5. cindy says:

    korean guy:

    I am possitive that you ate dog when you were a child because you are south korean. Or you probably still eating dog.

    “… a fair number of South Koreans (anywhere from 5 to 30%) have eaten dog meat at least once in their lifetime, only a small percentage of the population eats it regularly…… There is also a large population of people in South Korea that do not eat or enjoy the meat, but do feel strongly that it is the right of others to do so.[6] There is a smaller but still vocal group of pro-dog cuisine people in South Korea who want to popularize the consumption of dog in Korea and the rest of the world,[6] considering it to be part of the traditional culture of Korea with a long history worth preserving

    The BBC claims that in 2003, approximately 4,000-6,000 restaurants served soups made from dog meat in Korea.[7] The soups cost about US$10 while dishes of steamed dog meat with rice cost about US$25. The BBC claims that eighty-five hundred tons of dog meat are consumed per year, with another 93,600 tons used to produce a medicinal tonic called Gaesoju (개소주).[7]
    Dog meat is often consumed during the summer months and is either roasted or prepared in soups or stews.[8] The most popular of these soups is Gaejang-guk, a spicy stew meant to balance the body’s heat during the summer months. This is thought to ensure good health by balancing one’s “ki” or vital energy of the body. A 19th century version of Gaejang-guk (개장국) explains the preparation of the dish by boiling dog meat with green onions and chili powder. Variations of the dish contain chicken and bamboo shoots.[9].”

    I know a lot of south koreans eat dogs. It’s more like 1 in every 2 south koreans have eaten dog at least once in his life time. Who are you kidding? The ugly truth about south koreans that they don’t want the world to know. They can have them as a pets and when they get big, they eat them. The south koreans are barbarians. And they are supposed to be city people. Sick low lives.

    @korean guy I know also you eat worm. They are like roaches. The south korean kids eat them all the time.
    silkworm , hornworms, … waxworms, crickets, roaches

    pukkkk My God!

  6. Peter says:

    盗亦有道.There is honour among thieves.

  7. jeff says:

    Why isn’t this cesspool of a comment section moderated?

    • 老外 says:

      From what I gather, many of the editors are Chinese themselves. They’re subjected to extreme censorship in their home country (I can’t access this website in China without a proxy), and they don’t really know what it’s like to taste freedom.

      I think freedom of speech is one of their greatest loves, and they allow people here to speak their mind — regardless of whether or not it’s offensive.

  8. Nutella says:

    Hahaha the comment on banquet speciality by Korean_guy made me laugh except I don’t know if it’s real or not?
    Also the main point of this comment is about how nice the ‘thief is and not ranting about korea vs china’. You guys have way too much free time.

    • Angelus says:

      It’s pretty intresting you know. Dispite the fact that we dont know wether its real or not. You cannot deny that he is doing a good job of being ignorant? the perfect example for the kids of how not to be:P

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