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Uber driver Gurbrinder Singh (photo) has been praised as a hero for returning a passenger bag with $ 10,000 in cash

Uber driver is praised as a hero for returning a passenger bag with $ 10,000 CONTAN in it – as he reveals that he hopes his kind act will inspire others to be more thoughtful

  • An Uber driver has been praised as a hero for returning a passenger grant to her
  • The Melbourne woman's wallet contained a bundle of $ 50 banknotes worth $ 10,000
  • Gurbrinder Singh contacted Ride Share Giant to put him in contact with the woman
  • & # 39; She was very grateful and also praised my honesty, & # 39; the driver revealed
  • He shared his kind act in the hope that others could do the same in the situation
  • Do you know the passenger? Email charlie.coe@mailonline.co.uk
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An Uber driver has been praised as a hero for returning a passenger bag with $ 10,000 in cash.

Gurbrinder Singh discovered the wallet full of $ 50 bills on October 23 after one of his customers had left him in his car after traveling from Melbourne Airport.

After bringing back the large pack of money in the back seat, Mr. Singh said that the woman was so happy that the money was back, that she gave him $ 100 as a reward.

Uber driver Gurbrinder Singh (photo) has been praised as a hero for returning a passenger bag with $ 10,000 in cash

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Uber driver Gurbrinder Singh (photo) has been praised as a hero for returning a passenger bag with $ 10,000 in cash

After he had returned the large pile of cash (in the photo) to the back seat, Mr. Singh said that the woman was so happy that the money was back, that she gave him $ 100 as a reward

After he had returned the large pile of cash (in the photo) to the back seat, Mr. Singh said that the woman was so happy that the money was back, that she gave him $ 100 as a reward

After he had returned the large pile of cash (in the photo) to the back seat, Mr. Singh said that the woman was so happy that the money was back, that she gave him $ 100 as a reward

Mr. Singh, from Melton in Victoria, told Daily Mail Australia he immediately contacted Uber to put him in contact with the woman who had left it.

& # 39; They put me through with the rider and she literally cried & # 39 ;, he said.

& # 39; I said the money was safe and I am going straight to you. & # 39;

Within an hour, Mr. Singh had reunited the passenger with the money after he had returned to where he had dropped her off.

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& # 39; Her girlfriend counted the money and she was so happy to get everything back, she gave me $ 100, & # 39; he said.

Mr. Singh said his passengers had left a bottle or glasses, but nothing worth such a large amount of cash.

He added that he hoped that his story, partly driven by his Sikh beliefs, could inspire others to do the same if they were placed in a similar situation.

& # 39; My culture tells me to work every day and share what you have with other people who need it, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; I earn enough for my family, but I didn't know how important the money was for her on that day. & # 39;

Mr. Singh, from Melton in Victoria, said that he had contacted Uber immediately to put him in contact with the woman who had left it (pictured in the passenger seat and counting her money in Mr. Singh's car when she was picked up)
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Mr. Singh, from Melton in Victoria, said that he had contacted Uber immediately to put him in contact with the woman who had left it (pictured in the passenger seat and counting her money in Mr. Singh's car when she was picked up)

Mr. Singh, from Melton in Victoria, said that he had contacted Uber immediately to put him in contact with the woman who had left it (pictured in the passenger seat and counting her money in Mr. Singh's car when she was picked up)

Uber also contacted the driver, who migrated from India to India in 2009, to thank him for his honesty.

& # 39; We are pleased to hear that you were able to return your rider's item quickly & # 39 ;, said a company-sharing confirmation for journeys.

& # 39; Driver partners like you are the reason why drivers show more interest in Uber services – we appreciate your help and cooperation. & # 39;

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Daily Mail Australia has contacted Uber for comments.

Uber also contacted Mr. Singh (photo), who migrated from India to Australia in 2009, to thank him for his honesty

Uber also contacted Mr. Singh (photo), who migrated from India to Australia in 2009, to thank him for his honesty

Uber also contacted Mr. Singh (photo), who migrated from India to Australia in 2009, to thank him for his honesty

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