Homeless, Jobless,& Sick but still w/ Integrity: Parking boy returns wallet to owner

Homeless, Jobless,& Sick but still w/ Integrity: Parking boy returns wallet to owner




In this time of crisis where food is the priority, it is not a reason to lose one’s integrity even if you are poor, jobless and homeless.

In a Facebook post by Mr. Charlon Ignacio, he lost his wallet last Saturday and he knew it then and then it would be impossible to see it again but that day God has a different plan.


“I was so happy when I found out that a good samaritan wanted to return my wallet. I went to police station and they gave it back to me. They were already searching for me in Facebook to message me about my missing wallet. Kudos to our policemen in Marikina!” Ignacio added.

(photo credit to Charlon Ignacio)


When he went to the police station there he saw parking boy Jheonathan Romasanta who despite being afflicted with a thyroid disease did not think twice in returning the wallet to its owner.

Despite the health crisis brought about by the coronavirus or COVID-19, still the inherent goodness of heart in each one of us is still alive.




Please see his full Facebook post below:




Warning: Long post ahead. I just want to share what happened to me earlier today.
I went to Marikina Bayan BPI to withdraw cash. When I arrived home, I noticed that my wallet is missing. I may have dropped it somewhere near the parking area. So, I went back immediately to the atm station and parking hoping that my wallet is still there. It wasn't in the parking nor at the atm station. There is a ministop beside the atm station so I asked the person inside if there is a CCTV camera outside the store. Suprisingly, the man knew my name because he said that the barker/parking attendant picked up my wallet and was trying to find me in the store. He gave me a small piece of paper with a guy’s name and a number. He said the guy, together with the barker returned my wallet at the nearby police station. I was so happy when I found out that a good samaritan wanted to return my wallet. I went to police station and they gave it back to me. They were already searching for me in facebook to message me about my missing wallet. 😂 Kudos to our policemen in Marikina!


I called the number and met with the good samaritan and the guy who returned my wallet. The good samaritan, Jheonathan Romasanta is a parking attendant at ministop. He is JOBLESS, HOMELESS and ILL (he has a Thyroid disease) and YET STILL DECIDED to return my wallet. Ni hindi pumasok sa isip nya na kunin na lang yung wallet ko para pambili nya ng pagkain or gamot. 😢😭 God bless you Kuya! I know the Lord will return the blessings to you at alam ko na higit pa yun sa laman ng wallet ko. 😂

I also want to shout out to Emmanuel Villegas. When Jheonathan picked up my wallet, unknowingly, he was being observed by Emmanuel and wanted to check his move. When he found out that Jheonathan wanted to return my wallet,
he bought him food, OFFERED him a job and accompanied him to police station to return my wallet. Thank you Sir and God bless you too!
God, You really amaze me today. 😭 Thank You for this experience. May You bless these people. You make me realize that despite of what’s happening now, there is still really good in this world. To God be the glory! 

PS: I make this post public for everyone who wants to share it. Jheonathan also wants this post to be seen by his brother, Gerald Romasanta. Sana makarating sa kanya.





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