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German taxi driver denounces Noir's miserliness after returning his wallet: 'The reward is a mockery'

German taxi driver denounces Noir’s miserliness after returning his wallet: ‘The reward is a mockery’

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According to the driver, the player left his wallet forgotten in the car. It contained 800 euros in cash and several credit cards.

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Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer He came under fire in Germany, his country, after him A stingy taxi driver denounced.

As the driver himself said BuildAnd the The player left his wallet in the car during the trip. Once her shift was over, the taxi driver found her cleaning the seats. It contained 800 euros in cash and several credit cards..

At that moment, he checked Neuer’s home address on his ID card and went home to return the wallet to its owner.

Two weeks later, Neuer sent him the reward: a shirt signed by the goalkeeper. A gesture that the driver did not like at all.

“The reward is a mockery. I have four children. I can’t do anything with the shirt.” He told the German newspaper.

German media reported that, according to the law, A person is entitled to 5% of the value of anything they return of less than 500 euros. For everything over 500 euros, the rate is three percent.

Moreover , Taxi driver’s journey 120 km to a noir house would have cost 400 euros, according to Build.

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