From diplomas and passports to boneless chicken and a whole block of butter, it seems Kiwis become very forgetful when they catch an Uber.
The ride-sharing company has just released its lost and found index for 2018.
A pram and handsaw made the list, as did an EFTPOS machine, and someone's unicycle.
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March 3 was the most forgetful day thanks to Auckland City Limits where a total of 69 items were reported lost in Auckland alone.
Other unique items that Uber riders lost over the past year included several insulin pens, a chef's professional set of knives, multiple security cards and passports, and even a rocket.
Unsurprisingly, Saturdays were the most common day for Uber riders to lose items, likely after a few weekend libations.
Over the course of 2018, there were more than 3420 items lost on weekends that were reported to Uber - an average of 65 items per weekend.
Interestingly, vapourisers and e-cigarettes cluttered the list while laptops dropped off completely.
Were you guilty of losing your items?
Here's the list of the top 10 most common items left behind:
TOP TEN LIST:
- Phone / camera
- Wallet / purse
- Backpack / Bag / Luggage
- Clothing items
- Vape / e-cig
- Headphones / speaker