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Honest bus driver receives a bag with S$40,000, hands it over to authorities

Saw Cheong Seng received a bag containing S$39,602.10 from a passenger, he then handed the money over to the interchange manager and it was subsequently handed over to the police

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Who wouldn’t be tempted to stash away S$40,000 for one’s self? Many would be but not this Singaporean bus driver.

When Saw Cheong Seng was handed a bag on the morning of Friday (May 10) while he was driving service 63, he didn’t see anything out of the ordinary about it.

But when he completed his route at the Eunos Bus Interchange, the senior bus driver was surprised to find the bag to be full of money, amounting to S$39,602.10.

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