In an amazing gesture, Australian tracks down Indian couple to return holiday snaps
Features Thursday, June 18, 2015 - 05:30
Scott Love, an Australian man and the owner of the Superdry store at Emporium Melbourne Mall was paid a visit by an Indian couple on June 9. The couple while leaving the store, left behind an expensive camera at his store which contained photos of their entire Australian trip. Scott, in a noble gesture then went on to attach five photos from the camera with a Facebook post where he requested people to share the photos so he could track down the couple. Read - This Australian man wants to return holiday snaps that an Indian couple lost Within 24 hours Scott managed to find the couple as the post was shared more than 50,000 times with Scott even speaking to CBS, a radio station that broadcasts live to India from Melbourne. Speaking to The News Minute, an exhilarated Scott said "I am so shocked at the support this received, I'm only now realizing how much so many people got behind this and I was able to resolve it so quickly! The owner had been trying to get in touch with me since last night, but I had been flooded with friend requests and I didn't see it until this evening. After my interview with SBS radio, they got in touch with them and then contacted me. Discussing with them tomorrow how to get the camera back to them! Glad it had a quick and positive outcome."
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