Helsinki is the most "honest" city among 19 cities in the world, based on a test by the magazine Readers Digest. The magazine left 12 wallets in public places in each city and measured honesty by the number of wallet returns. The wallet contained 35 euros and a paper with the mobile phone of the holder. Overall, the "honesty" in all the cities reached 47%, while most honest city was stemmed Helsinki, where residents returned 11 of the 12 wallets. 'Less honest' marched two towns in southern Europe, Madrid and Lisbon, with residents returning 2 (Madrid) and 1(Lisbon) of the wallets .
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