We all make mistakes sometimes, especially when working in the food industry. A Domino's driver in Berkeley, CA, left two stacks of cash totalling $1,300 in a chicken wings box he had planned to deliver to the bank. Instead, the box was mistakenly given to a customer.
The customer, Mike Vegas, took his order of pizza and wings inside to snack on. After about a slice, he was full and decided to stow his food away for later.
While at work later that night, Vegas began to notice that his phone was ringing nonstop. Because he was working, he didn't answer the numerous calls. Upon his return home, Vegas opened his fridge and was met with $1,300 in cash.
Guess who kept trying to call him?
He immediately took a picture and posted it on Facebook to hear the opinions of his friends and family.
Ultimately, Vegas returned the money to the Domino's store. So what reward could merit such honesty?
Because he returned the money, the store manager of the Domino's gave Vegas free pizza for a year. That's gotta add up to $1,300 if you play your cards right.