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A marriage certificate

A marriage certificate
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Based on Uber’s recently released Lost & Found Index, you’re most likely to leave something behind in an Uber on a Saturday, and our friends in Melbourne, Victoria, are the most forgetful in the country. The items people are most likely to forget include phones, keys, wallets, headphones, glasses, bags or backpacks, e-cigs, headphones, and IDs. But some poor souls left behind their marriage certificate – which would make their marriage impossible.

 

A bridal veil

A bridal veil
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Left by a bride-to-be? Or after the ceremony on the way to the honeymoon? Only she and her Uber driver know for sure.

A 1.3-carat round diamond

A 1.3-carat round diamond
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Another potential wedding or marriage snafu: Did it fall out of a ring? Or was it being taken to the jeweller for a setting? Either way, this one would really hurt – Uber doesn’t say whether the proper party recovered it.

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Divorce papers

Divorce papers
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To put a bow on the marriage files, why not leave the signed divorce papers in the Uber you took home from your lawyer’s office?

Letter from a prison boyfriend

Letter from a prison boyfriend
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This is heartbreaking – we’re going to believe it was an accident and not because the girlfriend was moving on to meet someone who isn’t incarcerated.

 

Tax returns

Tax returns
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Let’s hope the tax returns that were left in an Uber were just a photocopy, because it would be no picnic piecing all of that information together again.

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A flat-screen TV

A flat-screen TV
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Seems like a tough one to miss when you’re getting out, but what do we know?

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A green Birkenstock shoe (the right one)

A green Birkenstock shoe (the right one)
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Again, getting out of a car with a shoe on only one foot would seem like a great reminder that you’ve left something behind. But that all depends on your state of mind . . .

A bulletproof vest

A bulletproof vest
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We’re profoundly concerned about the safety of the person who left the vest. If it’s you, please give us a shout and let us know you made it home safely!

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Musical instruments

Musical instruments
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Musicians aren’t known for their reliability, and apparently, their tools of the trade can’t count on them, either.

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