Aydin: Bellboy surprised as rich resort visitor leaves him fortune

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    British tourist Charles George Courtney (left) who spent his holiday at the Korur Hotel in Kusadasi district of Aydin in Turkey, in a photo with the bellboy Taskin Dasdan (right). (Newsflash)

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    Bellboy Taskin Dasdan (proper) had no thought British vacationer Charles George Courtney (left) was leaving him something (Picture: Newsflash)

    A resort bellboy ‘who treats every guest like family’ was left surprised when a British vacationer left him a small fortune in his will.

    Taskin Dasdan, from Aydin in Turkey, by no means has to work once more after inheriting the lion’s share of Charles George Courtney’s cash.

    The pair met annually as Charles travelled over to the Korur De Lux Hotel for his summer season holidays.

    He got here so usually that room 401 even grew to become identified to workers as ‘Charlie’s room’.

    But Taskin was nonetheless floored when UK officers referred to as to disclose the information after Charles handed away earlier this 12 months.

    The beneficiant older man had given the hospitality employee some cash for his youngsters’s schooling years in the past, however he didn’t anticipate something extra.

    Charles additionally left some smaller quantities to different resort staff in his will – a lot to his household’s shock.

    British tourist Charles George Courtney who spent his holiday at the Korur Hotel in Kusadasi district of Aydin in Turkey. (Newsflash)

    Charles stayed yearly on the Korur Hotel in Kusadasi district of Aydin in Turkey (Picture: Newsflash)

    The actual sum of money hasn’t been revealed – however the windfall means Taskin might by no means work once more.

    However, he plans to remain as he ‘loves his job’ and it permits him to fulfill individuals from everywhere in the world.

    Taskin instructed the Bayez Gazete: ‘At the hotel, we treat everyone equally, we treat them as family, not as tourists.’

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