Udupi: Pourakarmikas return gold found in garbage to owner


Team Udayavani, Oct 30, 2020, 5:40 PM IST

Kaup: Workers of the town council returned to its owner a gold bracelet that they found while collecting garbage from an apartment.

Mohammed Safwan, a resident of Anusuya Enclave apartments at Mallaru Koppalangadi, had accidentally dropped his 16 grams gold bracelet in his household garbage.

The workers noticed the bracelet right when they were to dump the house’s garbage into the collection unit and returned it to its owner.

The workers, Sudheer Suvarna, Vijay and Sunil, was thanked by Safwan and handed them over cash as a token of gratitude.

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