By Candace Piette
BBC News, Buenos Aires
Hundreds of Argentines have been donating to a taxi driver who found a bag with $32,500 (£21,600) in cash in his taxi and returned it to its owners.
The donations started after a website was set up in his honour calling for gestures of gratitude for what is seen as an extraordinary act of honesty.
So far the equivalent of $14,580 has been donated, according to the site.
Santiago Gori, a taxi driver in the coastal city of La Plata, found the money after driving an elderly couple.
They only went a short distance but when he dropped them off, they left a bag in the back of his taxi.
A few days later he managed to locate his passengers again and he returned the bag.
For Argentines used to corruption at all levels of society, this was an extraordinary story.
Two young advertising agency employees decided to set up a website to thank Mr Gori further for his exemplary behaviour.
Now thousands of people have accessed the site and have left hundreds of rewards and messages for Mr Gori.
One visitor offered to produce in his studio a song chosen by Mr Gori to kick-start a potential artistic career.
Another offered a snow-boarding lesson in Argentina's ski resort of Bariloche, while an Argentine abroad promised to bring back a second-hand GPS satellite receiver for his taxi on his return.
"Thank you", say many of the messages and one said it all: "I wish more people were like you."
For his part, Mr Gori seems a bit bemused.
He said he only did what had to be done - and that he does not quite know what to do with all the things he has been offered.