A university student has recently suffered the theft of his laptop: things that happen, unfortunately. But to make this story strange is the e-mail that he later received from the thief, in which the sender tried to justify the crime by explaining that he was in serious financial difficulties.
The e-mail became viral on Twitter after a boy from Birmingham (who would be the roommate of those who suffered the theft) shared the content…
Here is the text of the email received from the student: ” Hello, I am very sorry to have taken your laptop. I am extremely poor and I needed money. I left your phone and wallet, I hope it’s a little help. I see you’re a university student. If there are any files on your computer you need, let me know and I will send them to you. Once again I’m sorry “.
The behaviour of the thief has provoked conflicting reactions: on the one hand there are those who feel sorry for his situation, but others are not so keen to justify it: “So I can seize a service station and apologise because I need money”, commented a user controversially.
What do you think?