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Southeastern appeal for owner of forgotten dentures

By KentOnline reporter
Umbrellas, coats and mobile phones are typical items left on trains by absent-minded passengers.

But one rail user may struggle to eat their lunch today after leaving a set of false teeth on a Southeastern service.

The forgotten dentures were reported to staff and handed it at Canterbury West railway station.

False teeth left on a Southeastern train

False teeth left on a Southeastern train

Southeastern tweeted an appeal to find the owner of the "pearly whites".

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