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Did you hear the one about the head of salmon left on an Uber? How about an 8-week-old puppy?
Those of two of the things passengers forgot to take with them last year, the ride-hailing company said in its annual report on lost and found items.
Uber said people seem to be most forgetful between 11 p.m. and 1 a.m. and that Oct. 29 and Jan. 1 were the "most forgetful days" in 2018 when people left the most amount of personal items behind. People living in East Alabama were the most forgetful, according to the report.
Here are the times when you're most likely to leave specific items behind, according to the company's annual lost and found index:
Uber said that the items most commonly left behind include phones, cameras, wallets, keys, purse/backpacks, clothing, glasses, headphones, vape/E-cigarettes and IDs/licenses.
Uber also has a video that walks you through these steps if you want a visual guide.
Note: there's a $15 fee for receiving a returned item, which is paid to the driver who gives you back whatever you left behind.
Uber says that neither it nor its drivers "are responsible for the items left in a vehicle after a trip ends," so there's no guarantee you'll get anything back, or that your driver will be able to get it to you immediately.