Top 10 Most Forgetful Cities in America, According to Uber

Ever lost your wallet on a night out? In their second Lost and Found Index, Uber tracks items that are left behind by riders, from wallets, phones and keys to more unusual items like divorce papers, a ukulele and a red cape, to determine which cities are the most forgetful. Is your city on the list?

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10: Monroe, Louisiana

You may recognize this city as the home of the reality show, Duck Dynasty, but its newest claim to fame is being named number 10 on Uber's Most Forgetful Cities list.

9: Hattiesburg, Mississippi

Home to the Mississippi Blues Trail and some of America's most forgetful Uber riders, Hattiesburg comes in at number nine on the list.

8: Jackson, Mississippi

Number eight stays in the state of Mississippi but moves to the capitol. Jackson is the largest city in the state and home to Jackson State University.

7: Nacogdoches, Texas

The small town of Nacogdoches offers all the Texas small town charm you can imagine. It sits at number seven on the list with a population of just under 33,000.

6: Texarkana, Texas

Aptly named for its borders that spill over into Arkansas, Texarkana comes in at number six.

5: Boone, North Carolina

Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Boone, North Carlina offers some breathtaking views so beautiful, we can see how Uber riders there might be distracted. It's also home to Appalachian State University.

4: Shreveport, Louisiana

Shreveport, Louisiana lands at the number four spot. It's located in the northwest region of the state near the Texas and Arkansas borders and has a population of about 200,000 people.

3: Stillwater, Oklahoma

If you haven't heard of Stillwater, you've probably heard of Boone Pickens Stadium. Number three is home to Oklahoma State University.

2: Athens, Georgia

Athens, Georgia, coming in at number two, is known for its music scene, which produced bands like R.E.M and the B-52s, and as the home of the University of Georgia. Perhaps their forgetfulness can be chalked up to the college crowd and nightlife.

1: DuBois, Pennsylvania

Rounding out the list at number one is DuBois, Pennsylvania. Just a short drive North of Punxsutawney, this tiny town of just over 7,000 citizens earns the title of "Most Forgetful," according to Uber.

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