“Whose wallet is this?”

“I don’t know. Why are you asking?”

“I found it on the floor when I got out of the lift.”

“Did someone lose it?”

“Of course! Someone lost it and I want to give it back to him.”

“How do you want to find that person?”

“I will ask people. Maybe someone will know whose wallet it is.”

“Good luck with that! There are hundreds of people in this building. It will be very difficult to find this person.”

“Yes, I agree. But I must find him somehow…”

“Did you look into the wallet?”

“Yes, I looked inside.”


“And what?”

“And what is inside? Maybe there is this person’s ID card with his name and his photo.”

“No, there isn’t any ID card inside. There’s only money.”

“How much money is there?”

“I won’t tell you. It is a private thing. When I find someone who lost his wallet this morning, I will ask him: ‘How much money is there in the wallet?'”

“And what if this person cannot remember how much money he had in his wallet?”

“He will remember, don’t worry. There is a lot of money inside.”

“OK. I hope that you’ll find that person as soon as possible.”