Regis, the owner of a dry-cleaning store, tells his old friend about the wrenching moral predicament he is facing. “I found $2,000 in the pocket of a jacket dropped off this morning, and when the customer came back to get the money, I lied to him about finding it.”
“Well,” his friend says, ” I am ashamed of you, must give the man his money and beg his forgiveness.
Regis stares at him like he is nuts, “Return the money? Of course, I won’t return the money. I am asking you if I should share it with my partner.”