Uber Reveals Most Common and Unique Items Left Behind by Riders 

Sign with logo at the headquarters of ride-sharing technology company Uber in the South of Market (SoMa) neighborhood of San Francisco, California, October 13, 2017. Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images

Don’t forget your signed Jessie James Decker CD! Uber revealed the most common — and the most unique — items that people leave behind in the car when they are using the ride sharing service.

The most unique items include a signed copy of Decker’s alum, a Burger King visor, a Star Wars Encyclopedia, detox tea, divorce papers, a marriage certificate, tax returns, a letter from someone’s boyfriend who is in jail and a bag with a Kevin Durant Jersey and a Mario doll.

Jessie James Decker signs copies of her new album “Southern Girl City Lights” at Sony Square on October 13, 2017 in New York City. J. Kempin/Getty Images

Other abnormal items included accessories and beauty products like gold grills with diamonds, a 1.3 carat round diamond, a rhinestone mask, a box full of hair extensions, a feather headband, Minnie Mouse light-up ears and two packets of Dead Sea mud. Perhaps the most tragic item left behind? A slice of pizza.

Uber also released the most frequently forgotten items, which are a little more common. The objects include a phone, a wallet, keys, clothing, glasses, a bag, a backpack, a vap/ecig, headphones and an ID/Driver’s license.

The popular car service even included the cities with the most “forgetful riders” and the common days of the week to report lost items:

Most Forgetful Riders in US Cities:
1. DuBois, Pennsylvania
2. Athens, Georgia
3. Stillwater, Oklahoma
4. Shreveport, Louisiana
5. Boone, North Carolina
6. Texarkana, Texas
7. Nacogdoches, Texas
8. Jackson, Mississippi
9. Hattiesburg, Mississippi
10. Monroe, Louisiana

Most Common Days of the Week to Report Items as Lost – US
1. Sunday
2. Saturday
3. Monday
4. Friday
5. Thursday
6. Tuesday
7. Wednesday

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