Students rave that studying abroad is a spectacular experience, but some things could go wrong, such as losing a wallet.

Reader’s Digest conducted an experiment in which they visited 16 countries and lost a total of 192 wallets. The purpose of this experiment was to discover which countries were the most honest in returning lost wallets. Inside the wallets were, “the equivalent to $50, a cell phone number, business cards, coupons, and a family photo,” according to CNN.

Of the 16 countries, Finland was the most honest with 11 of the 12 wallets returned.

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