23-year-old Christina Egan, a recent graduate from Columbia University, lost her license at a bar until it was returned to her by a kind stanger...one year later.
She long forgot about the lost license, having ordered a new one and moved on with her life, until one day she received a thank you card in the mail from an unknown address.
It contained her license and a hilarious note.
The note reads:
Found this on the floor of a bar about a year ago, hope you don't mind I used it for awhile. But- now I'm 21 so you can have it back! Thanks!
You can tell that the ID has had one hell of an adventure since she lost it while out one night in Manhattan and the letter was circulated through Albany's postal service. "When the ID slipped out I was confused because I had forgotten about the situation," Egan told Buzzfeed. "I did think for a second I might have been pranked but after asking around I put the pieces together."
Hopefully the ID's surrogate owner didn't get in too much trouble being Christina for a year. Egan didn't seem to mind, but she did wish that the stranger included the $10 it cost her to replace the ID for the 3rd time within a year. "I usually just go out with my ID, debit card, and lip gloss in my jacket pocket," she admitted. "No purse, no wallet. Bad habit."
People on Facebook found the note hysterical, but they also commented on what was in the background of Egan's photo: a police academy application! It looks like this Columbia grad might soon be out protecting are streets... or at least busting some underage drinkers.
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