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myhotels reveal the top ten most common and weirdest items left in hotel rooms

Feng Shui hotel group myhotels has scoured its three properties’ lost and found boxes to reveal the weird and wonderful items left behind by its guests. With left items totalling approximately £10,000 every month including on average 60 pairs of underpants, 15 passports, 10 ipads and over 100 phone chargers, the boutique hotel collection has revealed its Top Ten most commonly left items.

Top Ten Most Common Items Left In Hotel Rooms
Phone Chargers
Electric Toothbrushes
Adult Toys

Said myhotels’ Head Housekeeper Justyna Granica “We often find people forget the very valuables they’ve intended to keep safe. We’ve found a wallet stuffed with £1,000 in cash, passports, ipads and expensive jewellery in mini safes recently. We also find very strange items have been left behind such as prosthetic limbs, false teeth and taxidermy.”

Whilst rummaging through the lost property box, myhotel staff also provided a round up of the most weird and wonderful objects they have discovered.

Top Ten Weirdest Items Left In Hotel Rooms
Prosthetic Leg
False Teeth
Taxidermy Bird
Dummy Head
Wallet stuffed with £1,000 in cash
Wrapped Gifts
Heavy Duty Rope
Walking Stick
Beluga caviar

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