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The Pub - What would you do if you found over £250

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Irate Ian

Dec 1, 2004
To The Moderators:

May I suggest this thread be reviewed as quickly as possible
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South Bank Hank

Nov 4, 2003
Sorry Ian, I don't see a problem with it whatsoever. Seany T said he found some money, tried to return it to someone and posed a moral dilemma to people on the board. As many seem to have said "give it back" as "keep it" as their opinion.

What seems most important to me is that the finder of the money plans to hand it in.

Turns out it's £500. That's a lotta cash. I think knowing me I'll hand it in. But I'm tempted not to...

Yeah, when I thought it was around the £150 mark I was vaguely tempted to keep it. But now its this kind of sum, I'm going to have to hand it in as my conscience is far too big a burden to aggravate.

I thought it'd make an interesting morality thread


I agree with SBH 100%..you are trying to make a Mountain out of a Molehill Ian.
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