Channing Tatum left his bag in a cab in New York City on Saturday and took to social media to help track it down.

The “Foxcatcher” actor immediately tweeted his more than 7 million followers to ask for their help.

“Dropped off at 42nd street in New York city and left my bag in the cab!” he wrote. And then just in case people thought he was joking he later tweeted, “Seriously, left my black backpack in a cab near NYC’s 42nd street. If you find it, email me at findmybag@channingtatumunwrapped.com. Thanks!”

Fortunately by Sunday evening the bag had been found and returned to a very grateful Tatum who wrote, "To everyone who tried to help and to the good New York Samaritan who found my bag and asked for nothing in return, thank you. Thank you all!"

The 34-year-old actor isn’t the only celeb to write about lost items on social media. Tom Hanks recently tweeted, “A guy named Tony found my credit card on the street in NYC and returned it! Tony! You make this city even greater! Thanx. HANX.” And Mark Ruffalo and Steve Martin have also had similar successes with retrieving lost wallets.