Ok. Let's say it's early Sunday afternoon and you're going through a drive through ATM to get some cash. The car in front of you drives out, you pull up, get your wallet out, grab your ATM card, roll down the window, and are treated to a beeping ATM machine with the words "Do you need more time to complete your transaction?" with two buttons: "Continue" and "Return card".
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There's nothing moral about this decision. It would be just stupid to think you could steal money this way and not get caught.
Here was a moral dilemma I faced once. My kids were grade schoolish at the time. We had just pulled out of some fast food drive-thru. I pulled the car over to sort out the various food items before hitting the road with burger in hand, and there I see a wallet on the ground. I retrieved it and didn't even have to open it up to see the cash bulging out of the thing. So, what to do?
I could have easily kept the wallet or simply taken the cash and dumped the wallet. Honestly, had the kids not been with me, I might have - I don't know. Money was still kinda tight back then. But the kids were with me, so I brought the thing inside, insisting on only leaving it in the hands of the manager who assured me he'd contact the owner (with lots of witnesses around).