Lost Purse @ Kino Eye
Received this email from a reader:
On the night of Saturday January 29th, I was in Kino-Eye in the KSU area of Busan and my purse was taken from the bar that night. Or perhaps it was taken by someone by mistake...
My alien residency card (name: Natasha Bidiyanauth) and my KEB bank card were in my black wallet. My favorite pair of grey heels were even in my purse! Also a few shirts and a pair of socks. My black/blue Anycall cell phone that had two pink shoe charms hanging off it was in there (one is a pink high heels with jewels on it and the other is a Dutch wooden shoe) and my blue star subway pass was on it too. There is a scrolling message across the main screen that says "Holla Tash's Fone". My camera that had pictures from my birthday weekend (which was the weekend before Jan. 29th) were on the camera - it is a black/silver Canon camera in a blue Asian-inspired zippered case.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE return my purse to me. I am desperate to recover the items that were taken. Keep the money in the wallet, I don't care about the money but please return my purse and it's contents to me. Call or message my friend Danielle at 010-3118-5569 or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I don't even have to know who you are or what happened. That is not my concern - I just want my purse and stuff back... PLEASE!!! I'm begging...
FINANCIAL REWARD FOR ANY INFORMATION LEADING TO THE RECOVERY OF MY PURSE! NO QUESTIONS ASKED.
Thank you very much.
This is a recurring theme there. A lot of things "lost" at Kino Eye. I suggest people who go there be careful with your belongings.
Hey this is Tash... def seems to be a recurring problem in that bar. Opportunists must be preying there! Still no luck finding this purse or its contents... all I REALLY want back is the camera/memory card. If someone, anyone out there knows anything about my purse, please don't hesitate to contact me at email@example.com.
As the post mentions... THERE IS A FINANCIAL REWARD!!!
I had a couple of items "lost" there as well. Nasty memories of having to walk home in the middle of winter only wearing a t-shirt.