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By anon / Wednesday 27 April 2016 16:13 / Canada - Vaudreuil
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I'm sure if you explained the situation, they understood you hadn't stolen it and even if they didn't believe you, the girl would've said that it wasn't the ring she lost. Hope the matter was resolved quickly OP!

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I'm sure if you explained the situation, they understood you hadn't stolen it and even if they didn't believe you, the girl would've said that it wasn't the ring she lost. Hope the matter was resolved quickly OP!

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Until she said it was hers just to get another ring, people do this all the time at my work, they come in, say they lost something, give a vague description and my dumbass manager gives them whatever they want. Meanwhile I'm the sorry S.O.B that has to deal with the person who really lost it in the nightshift

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Women/Men will take their rings off to wash their hands and put their ring in their pocket so they don't leave it on the sink. At least that is why I'd have mine in my pocket.

If you had to explain yourself, hopefully the girl who lost her ring was truthful and said that no, that ring was indeed yours. If not, that's when you just walk out, or walk away. I would never let someone take something that's ACTUALLY mine. I hope it cleared up quick.

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