I lost my wallet containing $4,000 in cash on my way to work – and I was astounded when it was handed back to me

A MAN who lost his wallet containing $4,000 in Times Square had it returned to him via a good Samaritan who found it

Honduras native Eduardo Martinez was walking through the tourist attraction Wednesday on his way to work and reportedly dropped his wallet near Broadway and 49th Street, New York City.

Shortly after he realized what had happened and he returned to the crowded area where he was then approached by two cops.

They said they’d been approached by an unnamed woman who had also been commuting to work at the same time as Martinez, NBC New York reports.

The cops then verified his identification and returned the wallet to him, which still contained the money as well as other items inside.

Speaking in Spanish, Martinez said he was grateful to the cops and the woman who returned it, saying their act of kindness proved there were still honest people in the world.

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Last month, hackers who carried out the largest cryptocurrency heist in history “for fun” returned the $610million they stole to its rightful owner.

Even more surprisingly, the burglarized company offered them money as a reward for their “good deed.”

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