Uber’s lost and found report includes tater tots, teeth and mud

‘More forgetful than ever’: Uber’s lost and found report includes tater tots, teeth and mud

Uber has released a list of things passengers have left in cars and it includes some really weird stuff, like tater tots and grandma’s teeth. The ride-sharing company released its “2022 Lost and Found Index” on June 3, near the end of Mercury in retrograde, which astrologers believe influences forgetfulness, Uber said. The index is based on reports of missing items dropped off by passengers. Uber’s list of the 10 most often forgotten items won’t surprise anyone. It includes phones, wallets, cameras, keys, vapes, and other common items you might carry in your pocket. Where things get weird is his list of the 50 most unique lost objects. Believe it or not, passengers left behind 500 grams of caviar, a bucket of drool, a Bernie Sanders fanny pack, 40 chicken nuggets, a pet turtle and an urn with a family member’s ashes . Some objects are found more than once. Uber said 40 riders left behind CPAP devices, 20 lost their gold or diamond-encrusted dental guards and more than 50 sports fans left behind jerseys. Austin, Texas, took first place for being the most forgetful city, two years in a row. Phoenix, Arizona and Atlanta, Georgia were also on the list. The most forgetful days are Saturday and Sunday, and the most forgetful time is early evening, Uber said. — no matter how unique they are,” Uber communications manager Lexi Levin Mitchel told CNN. The annual report, now in its sixth year, aims to remind riders how to recover lost items at the airport. Using the Uber app. A feature of the app, riders can report items as lost and contact drivers to have them returned. The service costs $15 and covers the driver’s time and effort. Of course, c It’s up to passengers to decide if the tater tots are worth the price.

Uber has released a list of things passengers have left in cars that includes some really weird things, like tater tots and grandma’s teeth.

The ride-sharing company released its “2022 Lost and Found IndexJune 3, around the end of Mercury in retrograde, which astrologers believe influences forgetfulness, Uber said. The index is based on reports of missing items dropped off by passengers.

Uber’s list of the 10 most often forgotten items won’t surprise anyone. This includes phones, wallets, cameras, keys, vapes, and other common items you might have in your pocket.

Where things get weird is his list of the 50 most unique lost objects. Believe it or not, passengers left behind 500 grams of caviar, a bucket of slime, a Bernie Sanders fanny pack, 40 chicken nuggets, a pet turtle and an urn with a family member’s ashes .

Some objects are found more than once. Uber said 40 riders left behind CPAP devices, 20 lost their gold or diamond-encrusted dental guards and more than 50 sports fans left behind jerseys.

Austin, Texas, took first place for being the most forgetful city, two years in a row. Phoenix, Arizona and Atlanta, Georgia were also on the list. The most forgetful days are Saturday and Sunday, and the most forgetful time is early evening, Uber said.

“People have been more forgetful than ever this year. As the world continues to reboot, we look forward to helping make these lost items, no matter how unique they are,” said Lexi Levin Mitchel, communications manager at Uber. . CNN.

The annual report, now in its sixth year, aims to remind riders how to retrieve lost items using the Uber app.

Using an app feature, passengers can report items as lost and contact drivers to have them returned. The service costs $15 and covers the driver’s time and effort.

Of course, it’s up to passengers to decide if toddlers are worth the price.

Lance B. Holton