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Foreign worker Govindaraj Kalaiashagan took to Facebook on 26 Dec to say that he had lost his wallet with important documents in it at the Khatib MRT station. He asked anyone who found it to return it to him and provided his contact number.
3His post went viral with over 6,000 shares. Many Singaporeans responded to his plea for help in the most endearing manner.
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