Chris Hemsworth's good Samaritan gets $10k reward

It pays to be a hero, even to be a hero to Thor! 
When Australian actor Chris Hemsworth left his wallet in a Los Angeles restaurant, 17-year-old Tristin Budzyn-Baker came to his rescue.
"I looked up at my mum and was like, 'ma, do you know who this is?'" he told The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "We found Thor's wallet."
Instead of keeping it, giving it to a paparazzi magazine or selling it online - Tristin did the right thing and returned it back to Chris himself.
"I expected it was going to be empty, and all the cash was in there" the Avengers actor said.
For his good dead, the teen was surprised with tickets to the Ellen show for his family, the money from Chris's wallet, and a $10,000 reward to go towards his college fund. Tristin who is also a boy scout also got a letter of recommendation from Chris for the Eagle Scout award.
"Thank you for being such an honest guy," Ellen said.
Watch how Chris Hemsworth's good Samaritan was surprised on The Ellen DeGeneres show.