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Holiday selfies at risk: 16% leave their phone chargers behind before going away according to survey that reveals most commonly forgotten items

Mail Online

  • A phone or computer charger is the most commonly forgotten travel item
  • Those aged 16 to 24 are twice as likely to forget something than over-55s
  • Men and women are equally likely to leave behind an important item

Feel like you always leave behind an important item or document when heading off on holiday? You aren't the only one.

While a phone or computer charger is the most commonly forgotten item, British holidaymakers have been known to leave everything from passports to sun cream at home.

And though you may think over-55s are the most likely to forget important holiday items, it's actually those between the ages of 16 and 24 who are the worst offenders.

A recent survey from travel money website FairFX polled over 2,000 respondents. They asked Brits to reveal all of the things that they have left behind while travelling, also noting their gender, ages and region.

Read the full article here.

Monday 10 August 2015, 12:40pm

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