The Seattle Times ran a piece (http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=badsamaritan29&date=20070727&query=cell+phone+reward+lost) on finders of cell phones, wallets, etc, expecting a reward for returning the lost item. Eh, reasonable enough. But then in the middle of the article, there’s this pathetic excuse for a human being:
What a scumbag. Stealing from a guest.
At least he’s got an ethical friend. Cohn eventually returned the wallet (without the cash) to the owner, a pretty cute girl. Cohn thought he’d like to date her (that’s nerve), but didn’t have her number or address. He asked his friend for the info:
So let’s recap. He found a wallet belonging to his guest. He took all the money out of it, and then returned what was left to the owner. And then thought that he should date her.
What you need to do, Mr. Cohn, is move back in with your parents, and not come out again until you’ve absorbed some basic lessons in ethics.