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Top Vacation Hotel Room Rip Offs : Dave’s Diary

Really?  You really take things from hotels when you go on vacation?  I’m not talking about the hand lotion…but hangers and light bulbs and more! 

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Apparently a lot of people steal towels and robes from hotel rooms. But why would they take chair cushions or light bulbs?  Novotel Hotels assembled a list of the top 10 most-lifted items from their properties:

  1. Towels
  2. Cushions
  3. Bathrobes
  4. TV remote controls
  5. Light bulbs
  6. Mini-bar contents
  7. Clothes hangers
  8. Bathroom display trays
  9. Coffee sachets
  10. Plastic tissue boxes

 

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