Thanks for the lift but I need my books back
A SUNSHINE Coast woman is looking for the good Samaritan who stepped in to help her when she was in distress on Thursday night.
Kate Eagles, 62, was left stranded after an altercation at the corner of Parkyn Pde and River Esplanade, near the entrance to the Mooloolaba Surf Club carpark about 8.30pm.
She prada handbags said the man offered her a lift and drove her 20 minutes out of his way to get her home safely.
But when Ms Eagles got out of the car she left her bag of university books in the back seat and has no way to contact the “saviour”.
Ms Eagles, a mature aged student at the University of the Sunshine Coast, is studying a postgraduate diploma in secondary education.
“He offered me a lift home,” she said. “We didn’t exchange names or contact numbers.”
The Forest Glen woman said she was “desperate” to get her books back and hoped appealing to the media would help her find him and also give him recognition for kindness to a complete stranger.
“He probably hasn’t noticed the bag,” she said.
“But I can’t study or complete my assignments without my books.”
Ms Eagles said the man had restored her faith in humanity.
“He didn’t have to help me, but he chose to,” she said.
“Most people wouldn’t have helped someone in that sort of situation.”
She said the man had some takeaway food and a bottle of wine and he was going to his girlfriend’s house.
“He was looking forward to a lovely night,” she said.
“He phoned his girlfriend to tell her he had to help a lady and he would be late to her house.”
Ms Eagles said he was slim built, about 177cm tall and in his early 30s. He was also well dressed and articulate.
“I believe he said he lived in Mooloolaba and his girlfriend lived in Maroochydore,” she said.
If you know this good Samaritan, phone the Sunshine Coast Daily on 5430
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