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NAPA Employees Praised For Honesty After Customer Returns To Find Cash He Left On Counter

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A Canaries resident, Alex ‘Zanda’ Henry (shown in the headline photo), who left an envelope with cash on a counter at NAPA Auto parts along the John Compton Highway in Castries on Thursday has praised the employees for their honesty.

Henry told St Lucia Times the money was not his.

Henry said someone had given him the cash to run an errand.

“This morning, I came to NAPA to buy a part, and I left my envelope on the counter with money in it. I left the place and came back an hour later. The envelope was in the same place,” he recalled

“NAPA is a good shop. Everybody should come and shop here,” Henry declared.

“Honesty is the key of life, and those guys working here are very honest,” the Canaries resident asserted.

The envelope he left on the counter contained over one hundred dollars.

Headline photo: Alex ‘Zanda’ Henry

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5 COMMENTS

  1. lol they think they so smart just so they would not disclose the sum of money they said it contained over a hundred dollars. it could have contained two hundred dollars

  2. Bruv I recon this was purely down to your good luck and timing (or a NAPA promo)

    You returned and the envelope was still in the same place, which means staff never noticed it till you came back. They were never aware of that cash on the counter.

    Not trying to take anything away from staff but how do you know it would have went down the same way if someone noticed the envelope full of cash?!

    I could understand and the headline would correlate if staff found the cash and held it back waiting for someone to return asking did you find or did someone hand in a envelop containing $$$$$ in it.

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