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Jeremy Cameron returns AFL fan’s wallet after GWS Giants defeat Collingwood Magpies

Footy fan reveals player’s extraordinary note after AFL star found missing wallet and added $50 for a ‘scarf and a beanie’

  • GWS Giants player Jeremy Cameron found a stranger’s wallet on Saturday
  • He made sure the wallet was returned with kind letter and extra $50 inside 
  • Twitter users were deeply impressed by the kind-hearted act by AFL star

A football fan had his wallet returned by an AFL player who added $50 for a scarf and a hat. 

GWS player Jeremy Cameron found the lost wallet before the Giants defeated the Collingwood Magpies at the MCG on Saturday.

The football fan took to Twitter after the incident to post a note penned by Cameron.

‘Hey brother, I found your wallet while having a kick with the boys this morning, before we defeated the Pies,’ the note read.

‘Hope it gets back to you.

‘P.S. I put $50 in there so you can buy a GWS beanie and scarf.’  

GWS player Jeremy Cameron found the lost wallet before the Giants defeated the Collingwood Magpies at the MCG on Saturday 

The football fan took to Twitter after the incident to post a note penned by Cameron

The football fan took to Twitter after the incident to post a note penned by Cameron 

Twitter users were deeply impressed by the kind-hearted act by the Coleman Medallist.

‘Damn it think I am a GWS supporter now,’ one person wrote online.

While another said: ‘That is brilliant. But as a Pies supporter I need to recover from today first. But will barrack for them next week.’

Twitter users were deeply impressed by the kind-hearted act by the Coleman Medallist

Twitter users were deeply impressed by the kind-hearted act by the Coleman Medallist

He isn’t the only Giants player in the spotlight for good deeds.

Stephen Coniglio revealed on the Dyl And Friends podcast how he is part of a WhatsApp group with the purpose of doing nice things for strangers.  

Each member of the group is asked to add another friend so the idea can spread. 

‘I was filling up my car this morning, there was a lady behind me and it was early in the morning and I paid for her petrol and my petrol. You should have seen her face,’ Coniglio said.  

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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