One Marlins fan's fortunes took a drastic and heartwarming turn recently, when his lost wallet was returned with an extra $20 to go along with a powerful note.
A high school senior named Cristhian Reyes lost his wallet while attending opening day at Marlins Park. A few agonizing days later, Reyes had his wallet returned to him by an anonymous good samaritan. The person had added $20 and a note imploring Reyes to pass along the good karma and "do something nice for someone else."
Here's a photo of the note:
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The letter reads:
I found this at the game last night and wanted to make sure you got it back. I added $20 to it so you know the world is a great place.
Do me a favor and when you get the chance, do something nice for someone else. Hope you enjoyed the game last night.
Reyes said he's unsure how he'll pay back his good fortune. For now, he's just happy to have his wallet back.
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