Would you pass the wallet test? World's most honest cities revealed after researchers dropped purse containing £30 to see if it would be returned.
Test by Reader's Digest dropped wallets in 16 cities worldwide and counted how many were given backHelsinki in Finland topped the survey, handing back 11 of 12 wallets, while only one was returned in Lisbon, Portugal. New York was joint third while London came joint ninth in the test.
Lasse Luomakoski, a 27-year-old student who returned a wallet in Helsinki, thought that her people were naturally disposed to be honest.
He said: 'Finns are naturally honest, it’s typical for us. We are a small, quiet, closely-knit community. We have little corruption and we don’t even run red lights.'