Uber, a company blindsided by a deluge of awful PR during it's no good, terrible, very bad start to 2017, has revealed the Lost & Found Index -- "a snapshot of our riders’ most commonly forgotten items," according to a company blogpost. People often take Ubers in the midst of a drunken bender or in a frantic rush to catch a flight, so it's natural that the thousands of daily riders lose some of their belongings in the process.
But what are people leaving behind the most? The company revealed the ten most common lost items, and they are as follows:
Okay, but what about all the weird stuff? The company did its due-diligence in dredging up the 50 most obscure (and probably embarrassing) items people leave behind. "Hot Cheetos," "smoke achine," "valuable Nordic walking poles" and "elf cut-out" are among the top contenders.