Glass eye and lace masks among weird objects left at Doncaster hotel in 2020
A glass eye, a box of lace face masks and a winning horse race betting slip were among bizarre things left behind by guests at Doncaster hotels in 2020.
Hotel firm Travelodge has released its yearly inventory of some of the weird and wonderful objects left in rooms during the last 12 months, including at its Doncaster Lakeside branch.
A 50 year old teddy bear called Honey, a lucky Buddha and a blue velvet chaise longue for a cat were also discovered in Doncaster.
The firm has revealed some of the interesting items left behind in its 563 hotels including its three hotels in Doncaster, during the last 12 months.
These were all left at Doncaster hotels in 2020:
· A glass eye
· A 50 year old teddy bear called Honey
· A winning horse race ticket
· A box of lace face masks for a wedding
· A blue velvet chaise lounge for a cat
· A lucky Buddha
· A Burberry briefcase
· A children’s Harley Davidson motorbike
· A suitcase of business receipts
Across the UK, finds included an R2-D2 robot, a money tree bearing £50 notes to the value of £10,000, a William Shakespeare outfit & skull, a 6ft cuddly polar bear, a case of union jack face masks, a 60 year old marriage certificate, a stethoscope, an adorable Siberian Husky called Saskia, a 50 year old football sticker book belonging to a devoted Liverpool FC fan, a message in a bottle which was a wedding proposal, a Cartier engagement ring, a Suitcase full of board games, keys to a new Bentley car, a valuable stamp collection, two first class tickets to the Maldives, a philosophy, politics and economics degree from Oxford university and a small army of 6ft tall Nutcracker soldiers.
Shakila Ahmed, Travelodge spokesman said: “With millions of customers annually staying at our 563 UK hotels including our three properties in Doncaster, we do get a range of interesting items left behind. This year’s audit for our Doncaster Travelodge hotels includes a glass eye, a 50 year old teddy bear called Honey, a box of lace face masks and a winning horse race ticket.”