When a man extended a kind deed of offering another a ride, the last thing he expected was to be robbed by the very person he was trying to help.
This was the reality for a Sea Cows Bay man who offered a ride to someone not known to him personally around 5:00 pm on Sunday, March 14, 2021, according to reports reaching our newsroom.
Heading to Sea Cows Bay, the Good Samaritan reportedly gave the hitchhiker a ride. He subsequently made a brief stop at The Boys Gas Station where he got out the vehicle but upon returning to collect his wallet, discovered it missing.
The wallet was reportedly left between the two front seats and contained $100, credit, bank and Belonger’s cards, driver’s license, the keys to his home and that of a business establishment.
It’s alleged the hitchhiker exited the vehicle at the same time the driver did at the gas station, but he did not take note of which direction the culprit went.
The kind-hearted driver was left unable to pay his bill at the gas station.