A 55-year-old nurse in England named Eileen Remedios was visiting a patient's house recently. And when she went to leave, she COULDN'T . . . because someone had stolen her bike while she was inside.
Eileen obviously wasn't happy about it, but she kept her sense of humor and taped a note to the lamppost she'd leaned the bike against. The note said, "Please return my bike. It is old but loved, and will be frightened without its owner."
Now, obviously Eileen never REALLY expected to see the bike again. But when she returned to the patient's home the next day . . . the bike was chained to the same lamppost.
And the keys to the lock were under the doormat, taped to a note that said, quote, "A great big fat SORRY from the reformed bike thief." Then at the bottom, the person assured her that they hadn't mistreated the bike in any way.
Eileen ended up writing ANOTHER note thanking them, and letting them know the bike was "happy" to be home. No word yet on whether or not they've responded again. (Daily Mail)