This good deed will bring you all the good vibes you need today


Posted at Apr 27 2017 05:56 PM | Updated as of Apr 27 2017 08:03 PM

The latest Uber story to go viral on the internet has everyone feeling all the good vibes. It opens with how a usual Uber trip begins.

A woman boards an Uber after booking a ride from the Mactan-Cebu International Airport. And because the driver takes care of everything throughout the trip, all the rider has to do is to sit back and relax. But upon being dropped off, she unknowingly left her wallet inside the vehicle.

This is usually where the horror ensues. Because when you lose your wallet, you can count on it as being gone forever. The best thing you could probably do is to just wish that the money in it will somehow be put to good use.

Watch what happened in this Uber story that’s currently making the rounds on the internet.


The driver didn’t see the wallet left behind by his previous rider right away. But once he did, the driver didn’t think twice to return the wallet back to the woman who left it—although this didn’t seem to be the case at first since a few side trips got in the way in the video’s adapted real-life story. All the while, it’s hard to blame the woman for assuming the worst: that the driver is already spending her hard-earned cash for himself.

The woman was fortunate to have taken a ride with this good Samaritan. When she was starting to abandon all hope on getting her wallet back, her fears were unfounded. Because sometimes, the Uber experience is more than just a ride—it’s about building trust in others. And sometimes, we find unexpected heroes in the worst situations. They’re out there, as evidenced by this Uber story that happened in real life.

The woman thought that this was just one of her usual Uber trips. This was a ride that she’ll most likely never forget and always look back with appreciation and gratitude.

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