Víctor Molina is a bricklayer. At the beginning of the week he lost his wallet on the road to Casilda's communal terminal, where he lived with his family. Masticando bronchies went on a bus and left an adjoining town where they were waiting for him to work. It was discovered by a leaver and to deposit in a box of objects lost on local radio.
Station workers were surprised when the wallet was reviewed when searching for some documents that allowed the owner to be placed. They found handwritten paper with the phrase "Sorry, I do not take other people's stuff, but I do not have to feed my children, so it's owed to the money".
The letter left by a man who found a wallet and gave back, but kept the money.
Molina (52 years old), father of 8 children (five boys and three daughters) learned about what happened the next day, when he returned to Casilda. Far from being distressed or distressed by the actions of those who discovered their property, He was considerate with the stranger.
"She had 500 pesos, if she had taken the money to feed her children, at a good time she could lose and that person found it, something happens," he explained in a conversation with Radio Casilda. He added: "If you really did to feed your child, it's very good, do not be a problem. There is nothing for me, it's already"
The man did not doubt the truth of the note. "I am convinced that what was written in the note is true, if I had found it without shame, pull the money and throw it in. But if you have left a note, I think that At some point someone who makes me know"said Molina, who pointed out the" economic situation of the country "as causing" desperate steps "of many neighbors.
More than that, he thanked the stranger about returning the wallet with the documentation, the only thing he was worried about. "Money is coming and going. Make a decision when something like this happens to you, when your family is hungry. I hope that you will never touch me, "he said.