Reportedly, breast implants left at hotel establishments are among just a few things guests forget about upon check-out. A U.K. Travelodge said that in 2012, even a Persian Chinchilla kitten worth nearly $1000 was forgotten by guests. Still, implants left behind at a hotel are quite odd.
ABC News noted in its Jan. 3 report that, while it is accustomed to logging strange personal belongings in "lost and found," implants left behind rank high among newsworthy items.
Reportedly, the breast implants belonged to a former hotel guest, who purchased the set from the United States. Apparently, she was scheduled for implant surgery and was likely shocked at leaving her goods behind.
The kitten left at the budget hotel chain was part of a cat show.
Management at the Birmingham Airport Travelodge chain said "the owner was in such a dash to get to the show that she forgot the cat box containing Porsha. En-route to the venue she realized as the car journey was very quiet. Luckily Porsha was having a nap and did not realize that her owner had left her behind."
Not only were breast implants left at the hotel, live crabs, fish, a large python, a micro pig and Rolex watch were totally forgotten.
However, among the most notable items guests forgot about at checkout were 76,500 Teddy bears and -- get this -- 7,000 discarded copies of "50 Shades of Grey." Imagine that?
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