Everyone who travels knows that you're likely to come home with more stuff in your luggage than you left home with. Maybe you bought some souvenirs on your trip ... or maybe you just grabbed loads of stuff from your hotel room. You probably have a few extra bars of soaps or shampoo bottles in your bag. Maybe you even came home with some additions to your towel collection or a nice new robe.
A new Hotels.com survey shows that 35 percent of travelers around the world go beyond the soap and little bottles of moisturizers and swipe things like towels, bedding and even lamps. Basically, anything that's not nailed down. But some guests are bigger crooks than others. The survey shows that Colombian travelers have the stickiest fingers, while Danish travelers are the least likely to steal from hotel rooms.
Americans travelers tied with Chinese travelers, with 66 percent saying they have never stolen from a hotel. Americans were mostly to pilfer things like linens and towels. Chinese travelers went for bigger items, like artwork and lamps. (LA Times)