25 Strange Things Left In Hotel Rooms… #6 There’s No Excuse For That!
Considering how many people move in and out of hotel rooms on a daily basis, it's no surprise that some pretty bizarre stuff is left behind. In fact, the strange items left in hotel rooms provide a constant source of entertainment for the employees -- so much so that they've shared them with the internet.
Below are some of the most wonderfully weird left behind stories from hotels across the world. You're not going to believe what kinds of things people have left in their rooms, anything from artificial limbs to tons of teddy bears, and even a live turtle or two.
#1. One hotel staff member has a particularly peculiar story about a guest: "There was this one guy who stayed at least one night every week and he always requested the same room. We thought he was maybe making drug deals or something so we searched the room after he checked out one day. Turns out he was hiding a blow-up doll under the mattresses. We threw it away and he only came back once after that. I kinda felt bad for him."
#2. Here's possibly one of the most unusual stories from a hotel: "As the owner of a b&b for the last eight years the craziest thing I ever found was an old battered notebook with "Why I love salad" written on the front and then dozens of pages on why salad was amazing. There'd be the occasional suggestion that the author believed salad to be alive in some sense. Looked like it had been written on and off over the course of several years."
#3. After the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, British hotel staff found 18 masks of Queen Elizabeth II, 12 masks of Prince Philip, 36 Union Jack flags and a life-size cut-out of Kate Middleton.
#4. Travelodge said more than 7,000 copies of EL James’s "Fifty Shades of Grey" were left behind -- and we're honestly not surprised.
#5. Both Travelodge and Swallow Hotels claim that they have discovered artificial limbs in their rooms after guests have checked out. In fact, Travelodge claims that they found 80 limbs from 2003-2004.
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