Anything not nailed down...

"A recent survey conducted among 1,000 hoteliers in Europe found that guests have pilfered toilet seats, toilet brushes, and some of the stranger items included a medieval sword, a door hinge, a hotel owner's dog, a four-foot wooden bear, and a spy hole from a hotel room door. Towels and bathrobes, of course, top the list. More than 10 percent of the hotel staff say toilet paper rolls are the items most often taken. Some say that tight penny-pinching guests have even stolen the light bulbs from their rooms. Guests also leave items behind, such as false teeth, false eyeballs, wigs and toupees. As many as 6 percent say they have left behind a family member after checking out."
(from Clark Howard Travel e-Scapes)


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