MUMBAI: Mumbai has achieved the second position in the list of 'most hones' city.
A survey was conducted by Reader's Digest magazine where they dropped wallet in 16 cities and filmed it to check how many of them were returned.
During the wallet dropping survey, each wallet contained things like a cellphone number, a family photo, and the equivalent of $50 (Rs 4,000).
The cities in question were Amsterdam, Berlin, Bucharest, Budapest, Helsinki, Lisbon, Ljubljana, London, Madrid, Moscow, Mumbai, New York, Prague, Rio De Janeiro, Warsaw, and Zurich.
During the survey, it was found that Helsinki of Finland is the most honest city.
Those who found the wallets told Reader's Digest that Finns were naturally honest people, with little corruption. So, no surprise there.
Mumbai which secured second place has returned nine wallets out of 12 dropped wallets.
According to Reader's Digest, some of those who returned the wallets were a 27-year-old video editor, a mother of two and three young adults. Budapest of Hungary was a close third, with eight of the twelve wallets having been returned.
However, Lisbon in Portugal was the bad performer as out of 12 dropped wallets only one returned.
To top it off, the couple in their sixties who returned the single wallet, were not from Lisbon at all. They were visiting from Holland. All of the rest were taken, complete with the money and other things, the magazine's report said.