In America, people often are rewarded for help in finding a wallet. If the cabbie had responded to the situation with an act of kindness, instead of anger, he would most likely have been paid what was owed and then some. It pays to be patient.
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"Why should the driver let you leave without paying?"Compassion and understanding that people every now and then have bad luck. The language barrier seems to be a big issue here, and possibly an anti-foreigner mindset. The cabbie could have just let him out, wished him luck in finding his wallet and his way home, and to have a nice stay in beautiful Japan. Where's the compassion?
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So you're telling me that if I were to visit Japan, caught a cab then realized my wallet was missing therefore asked the cab driver to pull over, if he didn't speak English and wouldn't physically let me leave without paying..if I were to defend myself, I'd be arrested for assault and robbery?
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Yes, close: https://www.google.com/amp/s/abcnews.go.com/amp/Politics/years-mitt-romney-finally-credit-warnings-russia/story%3fid=61330530 *To cosmopolitan liberals*, it is Russia that serves as America’s chief geopolitical adversary. Even in Russia’s weakened…