A hotel employee in Turkey received a portion of the inheritance left by a private guest in the residence, enough for his retirement.
Taskin Dasdan started working at Koror Hotel in 1990 as a baggage handler and was later promoted to Messenger. In addition to the salary increase, the job also ensured more intimacy with clients – one of them was Briton Charles George Courtney.
Courtney often stayed at the Turkish hotel, even making friends with the staff. The relationship between Dasdan and Courtney developed a bond of trust.
In an interview with Beyaz Gazete, Desdan comments that he has already loaned and borrowed money for the guest. “He also helped a lot in the education of my sons,” said the messenger, who declined to reveal how much the Briton had left.
“We treated all the guests the same way, but Kourtney loved us so much. She treated us like we were his family,” says Dasdan. He didn’t come back when he got sick, but we still saw each other on video calls.”
Dasdan might stop working after receiving most of his friend’s fortune, which was also destined for other employees. However, this is not in his plans. “I don’t want to stop working because I know a lot of people in this place,” he concludes.
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