He may be poor, but he’s not greedy


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  • Thursday, 08 Mar 2018

Honesty is its own reward: Supt Ng handing over the green packet of money to Cheah at the Kampar police district headquarters.

KAMPAR: He may work in an industry that turns trash into cash, but Cheah Keng Keong will not be tempted to take pocket money that is not his.

The recyclable material collector did not think twice about returning RM4,000 to the rightful owner after stumbling upon the cash in a sling bag in Bandar Baru here.

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