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Baby, Mr Blobby outfit and hamster left at hotels.

Budget hotel chain Travelodge has revealed its annual list of most bizarre items left behind by its guests, including an 18-month old baby boy and a hamster named Frederick.

Among the quirkier items left behind include a life-size Mr Blobby costume and an urn con,taining the ashes of a guest's late wife.

One careless visitor left a box containing [pounds sterling]50,000 worth of watches and a newlywed bride nearly lost her Vera Wang wedding gown when her husband forgot to pack it.

For the FULL LIST OF WEIRD AND WONDERFUL ITEMS left behind by hotels guests, click through to the next page...

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A suitcase of vintage Marvel comics in Leeds

18 month old baby boy in Winchester -Sutton Scotne

A mock 3ft tall Olympic torch that lights up in Manchester

Keys to a Ferrari 458 Italia in London

A magician's magic box of tricks in Blackpool

100 Duchess of Cambridge masks in London

A suitcase of designer dog outfits and matching collars in Birmingham

A watch box containing seven prestigious watches in London

A Roborovski hamster called Fredrick in Knutsford

An Urn with wife's ashes in Peterborough

A large Santa's grotto complete with decorations, lights, a model reindeer in Nuneaton

A Vera Wang Wedding gown in Edinburgh

A life size Mr Blobby costume in Milton Keynes

For the TOP 10 MOST COMMON ITEMS LEFT BY HOTEL GUESTS, click through to the next page...

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1. Phone / laptop chargers

2.Pyjamas / clothes

3. Teddy bears

4. Toiletry bags with contents

5. Books

6. Laptops / iPads / kindles

7. Satnavs

8. Mobile phones

9. Electric toothbrushes

10. Bags / suitcases

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