This is insane!
A woman by the name of Stephanie Wilson was in for a surprise when she reached into her Saks bag for her store receipt.
Instead of finding a piece of paper with dollar amounts, Stephanie stumbled upon a message from a desperate man
asking pleading for help!
The cry for help appears to have been written two years ago by man in question, Tohnain Emmanuel Njong, who claims he made the bag Stephanie was holding onto, all while being held unfairly in a Chinese prison factory.
With a passport picture included in the note, he tucked it at the bottom of the bag and wrote:
"We are ill-treated and work like slaves for 13 hours every day producing these bags in bulk in the prison factory…
Thanks and sorry to bother you."
After reading the letter, the 28-year-old did the right thing and brought it to the attention of Laogai Research Foundation, an advocacy group based in Washington D.C. that was founded to fight human rights abuse in Chinese prisons.
The letter also included