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Caitlin Jeffery, 13, found a wallet stuffed with £1,000 in the street in Exeter, Devon, but decided to hand it in.
It was safely returned to 80-year-old Dennis Clatworthy after a social media appeal.
Her husband has rubbished the troll's comments, telling the Sunday Mirror: 'Check the police records which state all CCTV was checked.
He wasn't left to 'run' around the shopping centre. Some people are so heartless and don't seem to care... ' The upsetting Facebook comments are believed to have been written by a grandmother living in north west England. She took her fight to criminalise online trolling to Parliament on Tuesday.
One cake maker took the instructions a bit too literally; one man proposed via text; and another decided to use his baby's nappy to pop the question.
However the consummate professional did not let her concentration slip and managed to carry on without any major blunders.Three people have been killed and four more injured after a tour helicopter crashed near the Grand Canyon.A Eurocopter EC130 crashed in 'unknown circumstances' at around 5.30pm around 60 miles northwest of Peach Springs, Arizona, The helicopter had seven people on board when it crashed on the Hualapai Nation reservation.Whether it be the fall of the Berlin Wall or the aftermath of nuclear fallout in Vietnam, many of us are able to instantly recognise the most iconic and controversial photographs ever taken, which include a sailor pictured kissing a stranger on V-J Day in Times Square (inset), terrified children sprinting away from a pagoda in Trang Bang in Vietnam in 1972 (bottom right) and US athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos (top right) staring down during the playing of the Star Spangled Banner.Other controversial images include a picture taken of a starving child in Sudan (bottom left) and a protester standing in front of four military tanks in Beijing, China (top left).