Picking up a diamond worth 550 million VND at Can Tho airport, cleaning staff Vo Thi Thuy Dung told the relevant department to return it to the passenger.
Four days ago, after taking flight VN1207, from Hanoi to Can Tho, the female passenger contacted the Lost Luggage Search Department to report the loss of an 8.85 mm diamond, worth about 550 million VND. , accompanied by relevant documents. Immediately after that, an inspection was organized to search related areas and on the plane but they were not found.
The next day, while cleaning, Ms. Dung, 36 years old, discovered a diamond stuck in the slot of the telescopic bridge leading passengers from the plane to the ground to enter the terminal. The female cleaning worker immediately reported it and handed it over to the Lost Luggage Search Department. After reviewing the information, this unit notified the female passenger.
Receiving her property back, the female passenger expressed her joy and thanked Ms. Dung and the Can Tho International Airport team.
On November 21, Can Tho International Airport proposed that the Airport Corporation reward employee Vo Thi Thuy Dung for picking up and returning valuable property to customers.
From the beginning of the year until now, Can Tho International Airport has had more than 20 officers and employees pick up and return money and valuable items left behind by passengers, with an estimated total value of over 1.8 billion VND. copper. Among them, there was a case of a passenger forgetting a suitcase containing nearly one billion VND in the domestic terminal lobby in February.
In Quang Nam, on the afternoon of November 20, Ms. Nguyen Thi Soa was walking on the inter-village road in Tien An commune, Tien Phuoc district when she picked up a brown cloth wallet with green patterns. The wallet contained 26 gold taels, a 2.5 tael necklace, 87 million VND and many documents bearing the name Ngo Thi Nhi, residing in the same commune.
Ms. Soa brought her wallet to Tien An Commune Police to report. The commune police then contacted Mrs. Nhi to take it back. Mrs. Nhi said she brought money to buy poultry feed, and accidentally dropped gold on the street when the house was empty.
Ms. Soa has two young children, works as a village health worker, and earns several hundred thousand a month, so life is difficult. “When I picked up my wallet, I panicked, because this is a big asset. If theirs was lost like mine, I would regret it,” she explained, explaining why she quickly reported it.
Mr. Nguyen Phu Hoang, Chairman of Tien An commune, said that the commune is preparing a document to reward Ms. Soa for her beautiful act of returning the property to the person who lost it.
An Binh – Dak Thanh