She orders at KFC and discovers 500 dollars under her hamburger

Author: Clark Tos
2022-09-19 18:31:02

After her drive-thru order from a KFC restaurant, an American woman was surprised to find $543.10 in cash under one of her hamburgers.

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In the city of Jackson, Georgia, United States , a woman has become the example of honesty and the savior of a manager in panic.

Last week, Wednesday September 14, JoAnn Oliver took her lunch break. She goes to KFC from the corner where it imprints the drive. She returns to her place of work with her order when she discovers a large amount of banknotes in her bag:

« Ms Oliver had driven to a local restaurant during her lunch break and returned to work to enjoy her lunch. When she opened her lunch and took out her sandwich, she was surprised to find $543.10 in cash under her sandwich. “, reports the police department of the city of Jackson, in a publication Facebook .

“Thank you Mrs Oliver for reminding us that we have amazing citizens”

JoAnn Oliver. Credit: Georgia Police Department/Facebook

Despite the lure of profit, this mother and wife of the family warns the police on the spot. The police then carried out an investigation which quickly provided them with an answer, as they explained on the social network:

« After investigating the find, it was determined that the restaurant's daily deposit was accidentally placed in his sandwich bag '. An error that could have cost the manager of the establishment dearly by misplacing the daily receipts of the day in the bag of a client.

« Not only did Mrs. Oliver do the right thing, but she saved the managers' jobs. Thank you Mrs. Oliver for reminding us that we have amazing citizens in Jackson and it's people like you that make us great! “wrote the police department on Facebook.

To thank her, the KFC restaurant reimbursed the price of lunch to JoAnn Oliver while offering her another meal free, indicates the media WSB-TV. The mother nevertheless told the media that the money could have been used for her family who now owes $2 million for medical care for her husband who is suffering from cancer.

JoAnn Oliver recalled that “ if you don't do the right thing, it can backfire on you later ». « This money was not mine. I didn't need to keep it. I will have mine in the future », confides l’inhabitant of Jackson.

Source : Insider