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Guy Secretly Records People’s Response As He Accidentally Drops His Wallet

Guy Secretly Records People's Response As He Accidentally Drops His Wallet

Adrian Gruszka loves to do social experiments with his community as a hobby. He started publishing his experiments to his YouTube channel and his latest has exploded among YouTube fans. He “accidentally” drops his wallet in front of strangers and his friends film their next move. Do they pick it up and return it? Do they stop Adrian and give his wallet back. This video is very surprising and what some of these people do completely kills my faith in humanity.

Guy Secretly Records People's Response As He Accidentally Drops His Wallet
Adrian Gee

Adrian plans to “accidentally” drop his wallet in front of complete strangers and film their next move.

Guy Secretly Records People's Response As He Accidentally Drops His Wallet
Adrian Gee

What some people do is absolutely appalling.

Guy Secretly Records People's Response As He Accidentally Drops His Wallet
Adrian Gee

Some have the same reaction you’d expect. To immediately return the wallet.

Guy Secretly Records People's Response As He Accidentally Drops His Wallet
Adrian Gee

But not all of them returned the wallet. Only 8 out of the 12 returned it back to him.

Guy Secretly Records People's Response As He Accidentally Drops His Wallet
Adrian Gee

Watch the video below.

Adrian plans to keep doing social experiments and posting them on YouTube. I can’t wait to see whats next. Hopefully something to embarrass people like the dishonest ones in his latest video.

Guy Secretly Records People's Response As He Accidentally Drops His Wallet
Adrian Gee

Some people in this world have no shame or morals. I cannot believe the lady and her kid with the rolling suitcase in the first of the video. My jaw hit the floor when he blatantly stole the wallet within 10 feet of Adrian. I’m glad he and his mother are on the internet for the world to see. They say karma will serve justice. I sure hope so.
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Out of the 12 different incidents, the wallet was only returned to its rightful owner 8 times.

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