A man named Hunter Shamatt misplaced his wallet somewhere who was travelling to a Las Vegas in a flight as he was going to attend his sister’s wedding. After reaching the airport he realised that he had misplaced his wallet somewhere along the way.
His family contacted the Frontier flight after realising that the wallet was missing, to see if someone had turned it in. Unfortunately, no one had, and so it was obvious for the family to be disappointed.
In a Facebook post His mom Jeannie Shamatt revealed that the wallet contained $60 in cash, a $400 paycheck, debit card, and an identification card. With his sister’s wedding approaching, Hunter decided to borrow money from his parents for the weekend.
Hunter said to the Washington Post that “It kind of sucked. I was anxious not having my ID, It being Vegas and all, I figured it was gone forever.”
Later after a week of his sister’s wedding, he received a package which contained his wallet, along with a handwritten letter.
Found this on a Frontier flight from Omaha to Denver — row 12, seat F wedged between the seat and wall. Thought you might want it back. All the best, (initials)
P.S. I rounded your cash up to an even $100- so you could celebrate getting your wallet back. HAVE FUN!!!”
After such a wonderful gift, his mother wants to know who the stranger behind such a kind gesture was, so she took to Facebook and asked users to help her find the person who sent them this package.