A Rail Worker Saved A Man’s Bike And Waited For Hours To Return It After His Shift

Abdul El-Gaydar who is 31 years old saved a bike from a thief without thinking twice about it. Abdul was on his way for work when he heard a sound of a lock being snapped and he saw a man trying to cut the bike lock with a pair of bolt cutters outside London’s Cannon Street station.

Instead of walking away or trying to call someone for help, he stopped the man from theft the bike. The guy who was trying to theft the bike he gave up and walk away. After the man walked off Abdul put the bike into safe storage as the lock of the bike was snapped by the man.

Abdul waited hours for the bike owner as he said that he knows the value of a bike, he himself cycle to his work. The stranger was Steve Farmer who was 39 years old from Guildford, Surrey.

A Rail Worker Saved A Man's Bike And Waited For Hours To Return It After His Shift
A Rail Worker Saved A Man’s Bike And Waited For Hours To Return It After His Shift

Steve said that it was dead in the morning around Cannon Street, after returning from the station he didn’t find his bike so he looked for the securities camera, and through this, he found about Abdul.

The attempt of theft of a bike on Cannon Street was reported to the London City Police. Steve thanked Abdul. Abdul said that how can he see a bike being theft in front of his eyes.