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Kind strangers head to Changi Airport departure gate to return lost phone to its owner

The man had already reached the departure gate when two kind strangers - a man and a woman who presumably work at the Starbucks - returned his phone to him

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A kind stranger went all the way to one of the departure gates at Changi Airport Terminal 2 to return a lost phone to its owner.

Expressing his gratitude to the strangers who recovered his lost phone, Reddit user u/jeduh revealed that he had left his phone at the Starbucks at Terminal 2 and had already reached his departure gate when two kind strangers – a man and a woman who presumably work at the Starbucks – returned his phone to him.

The netizen, who shared a photo of the kind strangers who had taken a selfie from his phone, revealed that the man came all the way to his gate to return his phone.

Thankful, he wrote: “I was in a hurry to get onboard and couldn’t thank them properly so if you can see this, from the bottom of my heart, thank you so so very much.”

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Netizens responding to u/jeduh’s post commented that their faith in humanity has been restored as they praised the strangers’ kind deed. Read the story in full HERE.Follow us on Social Media

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