Top 10 Most Bizarre Items Lost in an Uber Car in 2020

If you're out of funny or bizarre stories trade with your friends, working for Uber could easily add some more of that content in your life. to Apparently being an Uber driver is a goldmine for catching unique left-behind items by customers. This week Uber revealed its annual Lost and Found Index, which I'm going to start following every year now. It list every item left behind in an Uber over the past year. Some are quite common like phones, wallets, keys, vapes... but others are not what you'd expect to find in your back seat.

Here are the top 10 most bizarre items lost in an Uber in 2020:

  1. Mice for my pet snake to eat - I just feel bad for that snake, and until it was found, pretty happy for that mouse.
  2. A specimen cup from the doctor’s office - Yup, no. Wouldn't want to know where from or what for.
  3. Husband’s CPAP sleep machine - Seriously, Google this... it's huge. How could someone leave this behind?
  4. A cooler of breast milk - I don't want to know how they figured out it was breast milk.
  5. A six pack of much-needed toilet paper - This is understandable. This person had to go so bad they left behind an entire six pack of toilet paper.
  6. An apron with the name tag “Kayla” from Krispy Kreme - Return this promptly and you'll probably get sweet deals on donuts for life.
  7. A cat paw print from the vet - Definitely something I would just carry around day-to-day.
  8. Lanyard that says “virginity rocks” - Maybe it was his lucky night?
  9. A boulder - Not a rock, a boulder... I still don't know if I'm reading this right. It's a boulder.
  10. My wife’s weed - Probably coming home to another, "You had one job Dale!"

The weirdest thing I had me while in an Uber was a gasoline container, but I definitely wouldn't forget to leave that thing behind. That being said, I never would've thought finding any of these listed in a lost and found index. What's the weirdest thing you've left behind in an Uber?... Hopefully its not something already on this list.

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