kinot-1 Posted June 10, 2011 Report Share Posted June 10, 2011 Here's what happened to me. Kinda long. I own a Motorcycle, ,,a large cruiser and I park it in the apartment parking lot with my truck,( along with 25-30 other vehicles), I also live in an building, that houses, many young immigrants, and some let's say "unsavory" people. Now here is what happened. I was going out one morning (about 10 days ago), and found a plastic bag tied around the kickstand of the bike. Opened it up and found a note basically saying that,,,,,I am sorry but I hit your bike last night and am very sorry about it. I will pay for any damages. He had his/a phone number on the note as well. Sure I thought. So, I took the cover off and had a look-see. The kickstand was bent, and the front fender had scratches on it as well as being bent. I figured about $300-$500 worth, and who has that type of cash around here? Long story short, I was installing the fender today,,,and the guy came out,,,asked about the fender,,,and asked how much. I told him about $280. He reached into his pocket and pulled out a wad of cash, and gave me $300 in 50s, and told me to keep the change. I think if it was anyone else but him, I wouldn't see a penny. Kickstand $83,,,Fender $200,,,,,,,,,,,Honesty,,,,,,Priceless. Any other stories of good deeds out there? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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