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02 February 2014

The 10 most honest cities in the world

As part of a project carried out by Reader's Digest, wallets were dropped in 16 cities around the world in an attempt to find out how many would be handed in. Each wallet contained a contact number, a family photo, business cards, coupons and the equivalent of $50 or £31.

According to the results of a new experiment, more people are likely to hand in a wallet in Helsinki, Finland than in any other city in the world. Eleven out of 12 wallets were returned to their owners in the Scandinavian city.

Mumbai, India was the second most honest city in the world with nine out of 12 wallets getting handed in, while Lisbon, Portugal was the most dishonest with only one wallet being returned to its owner.

1. Helsinki, Finland - 11 out of 12 wallets were returned


2. Mumbai, India - 9 out of 12 wallets were returned


3. Budapest, Hungary - 8 out of 12 wallets were returned

3. New York City, USA - 8 out of 12 wallets were returned

5. Moscow, Russia - 7 out of 12 wallets were returned

5. Amsterdam, Netherlands - 7 out of 12 wallets were returned

7. Berlin, Germany - 6 out of 12 wallets were returned

7. Ljubljana, Slovenia - 6 out of 12 wallets were returned

9. London, UK - 5 out of 12 wallets were returned

9. Warsaw, Poland - 5 out of 12 wallets were returned


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