Why did my good deed get suspicious reaction?

DEAR MISS MANNERS: I discovered a lady’s purse lying on the ground in the parking lot at a grocery store. I researched the contents and found that it contained driver’s license, credit card, insurance card, vaccination certificate and other important forms of identification, but no money.

Her address was nearby and I was able to get her phone number online so I called to tell her I had found her purse and would run over to return it.

She sounded excited and grateful, but when I arrived, she immediately inspected it to see how much money there was before giving me a disappointed look.

I explained that I had found the purse empty of cash, but she seemed dissatisfied, and perhaps quietly wondered if I had taken what had been there. Then she handed me a dusty bottle of wine as a gift and thanked me again and quickly escorted me to the door.


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