11 thoughts on “Good Samaritans step in to help tourists after their belongings were stolen

  1. We are very sorry this happened to these folks. I wish we would of known that they came down to the market my brother Ryan and sister in law Kayla own and operate the family business North Shore Cattle Company they serve everything from plate lunches to burgers and would of loved to extend the Aloha and take care of their meals. Also they have ties with all businesses there and I’m sure everyone would have love to show Aloha As well!! Please let us know if they will be here till at least Thursday as they also do another event at the Kailua Night market on Thursday evening and would love for them to come down and enjoy dinner on us. Mahalo

  2. Hah that was real Hawaiians that stole their shit, go back to ur homeland and don't come back. Aloha my ass. Respect to the real Hawaiians in the struggle. Poly love.

  3. I live Kaimuki and if I caught you doing that you’ll get it. Shame of you people going around stealing people stuff. Aloha.

  4. 💞🦃💞 AWW I'M SO VERY SORRY THAT THIS HAPPENED TO THESE TOURIST 😭 THANK YIU TO THESE PEOPLE THAT SHOWED MUCH ALOHA, THIS IS THE TRUE MEANING OF ALOHA , AWESOME 💞🦃💞
    NOW FOR THE PEOPLE WHO RIPPED OFF THESE TOURIST : YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELF !!! Y"ALL DON'T BELONG IN HAWAI'I !!! WHAT YOU BAD PEOPLE DID KARMA WILL BITE YOU IN YOUR BUTT WHEN IT DOES HAHA TO YOU MEAN PEOPLE !!!!!!!

  5. I'm proud of them guys that did something coming from a 13 years of full-time experienced security guard. I'd like to help too and empower the helpers and dilute such pilau-ness. Of coarse I'd love to figure out how loose this vehicle had been, I am but one man. Im finally going to start following stolen stuff Hawaii to support winners not to see the pilau's win lol. tc and Aloha 😎🤐😎

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