People who have false teeth and also happen to travel a lot could consider getting dental implants in order to avoid any mishaps.
This comes after Travelodge said it has seen some unusual items left in hotel rooms lately, including a set of dentures worth £6,500.
Forgetful residents also left behind a Rolex watch covered in diamonds, £10,000 cash in a dustbin and even a Bengal kitten called Tiger.
"Our lost and found departments provide plenty of revelations," a spokesperson commented.
While dentures have to be taken out every night – and therefore run the risk of being forgotten if their owner has to run for a train – dental implants are fitted into the jaw and so look and feel like real teeth.
Last month, Glastonbury People reported that a man had appealed for help after losing his dentures out of a bum-bag somewhere in the local area. He was hoping to be reunited with them in time for Christmas dinner.