Nigerian lady returns 125 phones mistakenly delivered to her by seller

A Nigerian lady has been commended for displaying exceptional integrity in the face of temptation to claim property which does not belong to her.

The young woman returned over 125 smartphones that were accidentally sent to her by a Chinese phone dealer after she ordered an iPhone.

Nigerian lady returns 125 phones mistakenly delivered to her by seller

She took to her TikTok account @kermiepurp explained that she ordered just one iPhone, but the supplier made a mistake by forwarding 125 pieces of different expensive phones to the shipper.

On realizing the mistake, she rejected the goods and informed the shipper about the error. To appreciate the Nigerian lady, the Chinese man gave her a Bluetooth headset, a charger and the iPhone XR she originally ordered, all free of charge.

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What would you do if this happened to u 😁 The thing shock me 😩

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Reacting, Stoic said: How will I prove I’m a Nigerian that a lot of Nigerian politicians have dealt with me seriously.. if I return it, I can’t and I won’t.

Aremzy said: Exactly this happened to my brother we ordered for 2 children tablet and after opening the package we saw 12 tablets.

Meanwhile, in another news…

A Michigan woman made headlines in 2023 due to her act of honesty which ensured that a newlywed couple were able to recover their lost cash.

Diane Gordon who usually walked almost three miles to work every day found a plastic bag containing $15,0000 when she was on her way to work.

She returned the bag of money said to be the couple’s wedding cash which just laid on the floor outside a gas station. Gordon said she had been walking 2.7 miles to work at VC Fresh Marketplace daily after her car broke down in February, 2022.

According to the honest woman, when she was walking back home after a shift on January 21, she stopped by a gas station when she noticed a plastic bag with a large amount of cash in it.

“I looked down on the ground and found a plastic bag with a large sum of money in it. When you turned it over there was even more money.”

She reported her findings to the police, saying “This doesn’t belong to me.”

Lt. Matthew Ivory of the White Lake Police Department said an investigation was launched into where the money came from shortly after, and discovered it belonged to newlyweds.

He added; “It never really crossed her mind to do anything other than turn it over. Inside the bag was also wedding cards, these were gifts from a wedding that occurred that day. I think it was $14,780 worth of cash”.