Which expectation that Hauchecorne has in "The Piece of String" sets up the story's ironic outcome?
Hauchecorne expects the wallet to be turned in by the person who found it.
Hauchecorne expects the owner of the wallet to reward him for returning it.
Hauchecorne expects people to believe in his innocence because he is innocent.
Hauchecorne expects Malandain to support him in his claims of innocence.
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