“I took home a drunk man from the city one night and he had somehow miss placed his wallet. When we got back to his house, he said he would check inside to see if he had the $22, to pay for his fare. After 15 minutes waiting I was about to leave, and he comes stumbling over the steps of his front porch, to my cab window. He explains how sorry he was, and asked for my bank details, saying he would fix it up tomorrow. I agreed and thought to myself, I probably wouldn’t see the money for the fare. Two days later I get a call and it was the guy I dropped off, he asked me to meet him in the city so he could pay. I thought for $20, it wasn’t really worth my time and so I missed the first meet up with the man. The next day he again called me to meet him, and finally I agreed. I showed up and there was the man, well dressed and orderly. He apologised for the inconvenience and said it was totally out of character for him to drink, little own be this drunk. He handed me $100 and thanked me for getting him home safely.