Really ............. if really found these items, surely the correct procedure is pass to police .... and not come CS and look for owner , owner will also report police and not report to CS
I think people are dishonest for saying Michelle is kind and honest in the forum where some of them were thinking in their heart... "arrr ****.!!! Why isn't me who picked up the bag???!!!'"
Think fast, aim for the best !
I respect your honesty and I hope you respect our well thoughts as well. What Michelle did is truly good and many of us agree with her method of handling cases like this. That is all to it.
Michelle has already mentioned that the owner is likely to be a student (i am sure the images are mostly students or school related).
Imagine, if you use your parent's hard-earned money to buy this cam, and you carelessly left them at the bus-stop, and someone found it and sold them away.
How do you feel? How do you tell your parents?
You are young and already you are having dishonest thoughts, I feel so sorry for you
always the Light, .... always.
Wa I cannot imagine how my parents will react if I lost my camera bag with everything inside especially if they forked out everything that's inside.
Last edited by MRSAMO; 24th November 2010 at 03:29 PM.
What the TS did here is commendable, but I (and I think the rest of the people here) will never really know what we would do if we found one. We can go on and on about how we would turn it to the police and everything, but that's just holding the moral high ground, or pretending to. For now, I would say that if I found a camera bag with the stuff inside, I will turn it to the police because it is the right thing to do. But if it really happens, I will never know what I would do.
It's like saying how you would defend SG in the time of a war. If it really happens, I don't think everyone would keep their word. Many more factors are involved than just keeping to morals, things are not so straightforward.
Well done !!
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