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Arizona band returns lost wallet while on tour

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Josh Kennedy holds a wallet his band's manager found at gas station Josh Kennedy holds a wallet his band's manager found at gas station
Band members from the Black Moods return the lost wallet Band members from the Black Moods return the lost wallet
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

An Arizona band, while on tour in Texas, returned a woman's lost wallet and posted the video on YouTube. The Black Moods, based in Tempe, were traveling through Taylor, Texas when they found the wallet on a gas pump.

They looked at her driver's license and found her on Facebook to let her know they had it. They drove a couple hundred miles to Austin the next day and gave it back to her grateful husband who offered them $60 while saying, "Man guys, I’m almost in tears. I just can't thank you enough."

They wouldn't take his money and just said they were glad to help. At the end of their YouTube video, lead singer Josh Kennedy looks to the camera and says, "kids, you always do the right thing and don't do drugs."

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