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Off-duty fireman drives for hours to return woman's lost handbag: 'Do something nice'

Not every hero wears a cape but some are willing to drive for hours to return the possession of a person to its rightful owner.

Off-duty fireman drives for hours to return woman's lost handbag: 'Do something nice'
Cover Image Source: (L) Instagram | @nyma.560 | (R) Instagram | @bowsboutiquesofficial

Imagine losing your wallet or purse somewhere in public. It is guaranteed to set us in panic mode. But we don't need to panic if we have people like Nyma Zadeh around. The Liverpool native of Iranian descent, who is a firefighter by profession, went viral after driving for hours to return a woman's purse that she had lost at a Christmas party. The video which went viral on the TikTok page of @bowsboutiques with over one million views, shows the off-duty firefighter being an absolute angel for the owner of the purse.


 
 
 
 
 
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The viral footage was captured on the doorbell camera of the woman who lost her purse. "I've got your bag. Are you Georgia?" Zadeh asks after arriving at her doorstep in the dead of night. The relieved woman confirmed that she had indeed lost her purse and had been crying her eyes out ever since. Zadeh reveals that he had found the bag at a petrol station in North London and he had driven to Hertfordshire so he could return it to Georgia.

Image Source: TikTok | @bowsboutique
Image Source: TikTok | @bowsboutique

Zadeh admitted that he initially considered waiting until the morning to return it. But he recalled how stressed his ex-girlfriend had been about losing hers and decided to bring the purse to Georgia as fast as he could. Although Georgia offered him money for his kind act, Zadeh refused. "Just pay it forward. Just do something nice for the next person," he said. "I'm a firefighter, I don't need money for doing a good deed."


 
 
 
 
 
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The doorbell camera video was later shared on the social sites of a fashion retailer called Bows Boutique and it was revealed that Georgia was their employee, reports Daily Mail. Georgia had lost her belongings after a Christmas party at the company. "We had the Bows Christmas Party last night—the pics to follow—but I wanted to share this video. One of the girls lost her handbag and this guy came to Hertfordshire from North London to bring it back because he found it! It’s safe to say he was the hero and we are all at Bows so grateful for making our girl so happy. How amazing is this? A huge thank you," the fashion retailer captioned the clip.


 
 
 
 
 
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This isn't the first time Zadeh has shown an act of kindness towards someone. In 2022, he rescued a dog named Zuko and returned him to his owner. The grateful owner donated £250 (about $318) to the Fire Fighters Charity to thank Zadeh. Later on, Georgia met Zadeh once again and they posed for a heartwarming picture together. Georgia, who works as an aesthetic practitioner, said that Zadeh is "probably one of the nicest people she has ever got to meet" and she thanked the firefighter for coming down to help her. "It was a pleasure to meet you and thank you in person, I will be forever grateful," she reportedly told him.

Image SourcE: TikTok | @lifewithtems_
Image SourcE: TikTok | @lifewithtems_

 

Image Source: TikTok | @klouise316
Image Source: TikTok | @klouise316

People online could not hold back from appreciating the man either. @laineyc123 wished: "I wish they were both single and were soul mates destined to be together, what a lovely, honest, hardworking gentleman." @rogerblight507 commented: "Once found a purse with £2000, outside the Chinese, my boy saw it, waited until the owner came back, it was her holiday money, she cried and cried." @johnreidstavrinides added: "What an absolute gem he is. Well done for making this go viral. People need to learn from him."


 
 
 
 
 
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