Last night I went out to the movies. I went into the restroom and someone had left their Iphone in the stall. I did the right thing and I went to the counter and told a worker and a manager them that someone had left their phone. They were busy filling orders and I interrupted them by handing it in (how rude of me!). But the manager looks at me and back at the worker as if he was far too important to handle such matters himself. She comes over and she begrudgingly takes the phone. No thank you, no acknowledgment, no nothing. Now, I wasn't asking for a medal or praise, but a "thanks" or "We'll take care of it" would've sufficed. Honestly, with that attitude, I was worried that the person who lost it would never see it again. That's happened plenty of times at my job, and we say, "thanks for turning it in. We will hang onto it." and put it in a drawer with other lost items. I know they were busy with spring break crowds, but there's also a lot of dishonest people who would've seized the opportunity to make a quick buck off of an Iphone 5 abandoned (esp in the neighborhood we were in lol), and it would've been nice for them to say something. Just venting. Please and thank you is sometimes all people need. I was taught to be polite and honest, and reciprocation is appreciated!