Caught on Cam, Old lady lose her wallet inside the jeepney and find out who stole it.

Nowadays, many stories caught on cam and went viral about people being victims of ‘modus’ or stealing. With the hardship of life today, it’s not unusual if we see more stories about them. Facebook today isn’t just for fun but also made for people knowing what’s happening today in our society and to give them the advice to avoid such incident.

Just like this, another caught on cam story from a netizen, who actually experience stealing incident inside a public jeepney somewhere in Bacolod.

In the video, you will see an old lady desperately looking for her wallet all over her belongings. A woman on her side was not moving, silently observing the crowd when the old lady asked her to see her hands.

The woman in red sitting beside her was the one who stole her wallet, the video doesn’t say how but eventually, the old lady got to ask her and saw her wallet in her hands. The woman in red was desperately thrown the wallet outside the jeepney and rushed outside without knowing the people around will run after her. Luckily, there’s an enforcer in the vicinity and caught her.

Watch the video to see the story.


We don’t know the hardship if these people. We don’t know what’s their going through, but wrong is wrong. Let’s just pray that God will enlighten them and will help them light the dark road their walking through. This post will also serve as a guide to us to be aware of our surroundings and be extra careful next time especially when you are out there in public areas.

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Screencap from the video, the woman who caught stealing:

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