She then went on to buy a new laptop for herself, when she received an unexpected call. A man who called himself ‘Nahid’ who was her passenger that day, called her, and asked if she was Daisy. Then he revealed that he had seen her name on her laptop screen, found her LinkedIn profile after he googled her. He also said that he had her laptop at Shadwell station.
The woman named Daisy Morris went to the train conductor to inform him that she has lost her laptop in the metro. However, he responded by saying that it could take over seven days to get some response regarding the same from the concerned authorities. This left Morris extremely disheartened, as her entire business is run on that laptop.
Daisy Morris offered to pay the man for his thoughtful act, but he refused to accept any payment. He instead said that returning the laptop was the most ‘normal thing to do’ and even said that her startup, Selfhood looks really ‘cool’. He also wised her look with her work.
Morris wrote about the entire incident, and thanked the man profusely, in her latest LinkedIn post.
The post has got over 23,000 likes, and many people have praised the man for his honesty. It went viral in no time. “I wanted to share this story because there’s a lot of negativity in the world atm and this whole situation my heart really bloody warm,” Morris wrote in the post.
Morris then said that she was truly overwhelmed with the response she got on her post. She also shared an update regarding Nahid and said that he insisted on remaining anonymous. She even decided on making a donation, to a charity of his choice, to ‘pay her karma forward.’
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