Las Vegas Cabbie TURNS IN $221K Left In His Taxi! - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Las Vegas Cabbie TURNS IN $221K Left In His Taxi!

USATODAY.COM - A $2,000 tip is huge for any Las Vegas cab driver, but then Adam Woldemarim, a 42-year-old Ethiopian cabbie, did someone a huge favor: He turned in a lost laptop case stuffed with $221,000, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

Woldemarim, who came to the U.S. seven years ago through a government visa lottery, found the cash-stuffed case in the back of his van Sept. 2.

After checking with an Ethiopian pal who had driven the vehicle earlier in the day, Woldemarim decided to take the cash to his cab company's security office.

An hour later, Woldemarim got a call to return to the office, where he got a hug from a grinning 30-year-old who said he won the money at Wynn Las Vegas and had left the case in the cab after going to the airport.

He then gave Woldemarim $2,000. click here to read more

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