Two-thirds of strangers on the street have your back. The other 33 percent? Not exactly.
That's according to results from YouTuber Adrian Gee's social experiment on the honesty of others. Gee uploaded a video earlier this month that captured candid reactions of strangers in Adelaide, Australia, who spotted Gee dropping his fake wallet (filled with cut-up paper and cards). He recorded how many of them returned it (eight) and how many kept the find for themselves (four).
"I was quite shocked with some of the reactions I got on camera," Gee wrote on YouTube. Of the four people who stole the wallet, two sprinted away without hesitation (and were probably pretty disappointed soon after).