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Denver Cuello was blessed and his request to have his WBC silver belt returned was made true when the taxi driver handed it back to him yesterday.
Pepito Sumalinong, taxi driver, returned the WBC Minimum Weight belt which has a net worth of roughly Php 2,000,000.00. Pepito in an interview urge his co-taxi driver to return any valuable that are accidentally left by their passengers because he believes that what goes around comes back around.
Denver Cuello was so thankful to the kind and honest cab driver. The Filipino boxer also said that he would also give cash to Pepito Sumalinong in exchange of returning his belt. However, the exact amount was not disclosed to the public.
Denver Cuello accidentally left his WBC silver title belt inside the cab of Pepito Sumalinong in Sumulong Highway, Pasig City the other day.
While celebrating the return of his WBC silver title belt, Denver Cuello is also preparing for another bout set in January 2013 for the vacant WBC minimum championship belt.
Source : dzMM and GMA news
DiversityHuman.com has featured multiple ordinary men who made extraordinary things within the last 10 months. The following people demonstrated exemplary honesty and showed the value of integrity.
1. Sotero Canonoy, an honest taxi driver and a member of Iglesia Ni Cristo ministry made a firm decision to surrender a bag of valuables that was left inside his cab by three German tourists.
2. Maximo Anton, the humble cab driver with Taxi plate number TYZ 619 returned a laptop and Php 5,000.00
3. Ronald Gadayan, an honest NAIA janitor commended for returning Php 600,000.00 worth of jewelries left by a passenger
5. Coachman (Kutsero) in Luneta returned 4,000 euros to a foreign tourist
6. Airport Janitress Mary Jennifer Doroga surrendered a pouch full of cash in different currencies (Php1.2M) at the arrival customs counter at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport