Uber released its lost and found report, and … wow. From phones to dogs to fake blood (who forgets fake blood?), people leave behind all kinds of weird stuff. Pro tip: the most forgetful time is 11 p.m.
Over in England, the Blackpool Zoo is hiring “Seagull Deterrents” to stop seagulls from stealing food from animals and visitors. Applicants must be friendly, outgoing, flexible, and comfortable wearing bird costumes. Other benefits include great arm workouts.
Move over noisy neighbors and shoddy Wi-Fi connections, there’s a new hotel annoyance to deal with: the EV charger hog. As more people drive electric vehicles, guests are struggling with proper charging etiquette. Want to be a good neighbor? Have the front desk text you when your car’s finished charging.
The Federal Reserve raised rates again last week to a range between 5% and 5.25%, a 16-year high. Chairman Jerome Powell indicated that the central bank may be ready for a pause, but if the economy shows stronger growth than expected, the job market remains hot, and inflation fails to cool, it’s prepared to go even higher.
Move over King Charles, there’s a new coronation in town. Patch, a two-year-old English bulldog was crowned the winner of Drake University’s Beautiful Bulldog contest. As the winner of the contest, the pooch will be the official university mascot and representative for the next year.