I Am Very Very Sorry: Thief Sends Apology Email After Stealing A Student's Laptop, Receives Sympathy

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Ever been in a situation where you have actually felt bad for the thief who stole from you? Well, Steve Valentine, a Birmingham resident, recently took to Twitter to reveal how his flatmate received an email from the apparent thief who had stolen the laptop that contained his university course work.

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Ever been in a situation where you have actually felt bad for the thief who stole from you? Well, Steve Valentine, a Birmingham resident, recently took to Twitter to reveal how his flatmate received an email from the apparent thief who had stolen the laptop that contained his university course work.

Generally when someone steals a valuable item, outrage or possibly sadness is an obvious reaction. Fully understanding this, the thief tried to mend things and has won sympathy for his crime.

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Here's the amusing story shared by Stevie Valentine about how his flatmate's laptop got stolen and receiving an email from the thief after that:

The thief wrote in the mail that he was poor and needed money. In fact, he even offered to send files that the student might need for his course work. Within no time the tweet went viral and after listening to such a bizarre story Twitterati could not help but shower sweet love on the thief's genuine gesture.

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