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    That's great I am glad you have it back! I would and have in the past hand it in. Also I would use it as a good time to teach my children to do the right thing

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    No, I always keep them and add them to my special collection of toys from heartbroken children! Muhahahaha.
    Kidding. If I saw something on the floor that was obviously not from the shop, I would look in the next couple of aisles to see if there was a likely person who'd lost it, and if I couldn't find someone, hand it in. If it were dropped in a toy aisle though, I may just thoughtlessly put it on a shelf, assuming it's stock. That would of course depend on the item/condition etc.
    Oh and I'm glad your princess got her pony back. I know how my daughter would be if she lost her favourite toy.

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    Thats fantastic it was found!!

    I hand in toys I find. I know if it was my own girls that lost the toy I would be desperate to have it returned.

    Only the other day my dd1 was up at the school and found a toy car. We left it by the school office (as it was after hours). So I hope that the toy was picked up my a staff member and put into lost property.

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    DS dropped his Sophie giraffe and I had not walked 5 steps before I turned and saw someone put it in their pram. Out of principal I marched right up and demanded my sons toy back. Are they serious..... ? So many people have no shame!!!!

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    I'm so glad you found it.

    I always turn stuff in, the Toy Story series has given me an awful conscience when it comes to toys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennos Mummy View Post
    DS dropped his Sophie giraffe and I had not walked 5 steps before I turned and saw someone put it in their pram. Out of principal I marched right up and demanded my sons toy back. Are they serious..... ? So many people have no shame!!!!
    OMG! Some people are unbelievable!


 

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