Unemployed Romanian Went Out Drinking With Friends, Wakes Up 1675 Miles Away With No Memory

We've all been there, you wake up in a weird place, completely dressed, head totally slamming, breath thick with the essence of brew, eyes like pinholes, a couple of knocks and wounds that weren't there the prior night and zero memory. Cast your brain back and concentrate on how you felt at that time. Not the best, is it? Alright, now times that by 1,000 regardless you're off by a long shot to the level of headfuckery this Romanian bloke figured out how to reach after his latest trip to the drunk.

We’ve all been there, you wake up in a weird place, completely dressed, head totally slamming, breath thick with the essence of brew, eyes like pinholes, a couple of knocks and wounds that weren’t there the prior night and zero memory. Cast your brain back and concentrate on how you felt at that time. Not the best, is it? Alright, now times that by 1,000 regardless you’re off by a long shot to the level of headfuckery this Romanian bloke figured out how to reach after his latest trip to the drunk.

Mihai Danciu

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The exact last thing Mihai Danciu remember is being in his neighborhood, talking to his mates about finding a job and having drinks, pints or 10 with friends. Before he knows it, it’s seven days after the fact, he’s on the ground with a bruised eye and everybody around him is talking the different language.

Nightmare! But what happened exactly?

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Some way or another, Mr. Danciu had gone from the bar in the place where he grew up of Albesti, Romania, to lie face down in the yard of a Central London building, 1,675 miles away. More odd still, he seemed to have been beaten and had no clue how he arrived.

A nurse tried to help him

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As yet recouping from what it’s likely fair to expect was a standout amongst the most cataclysmic hangovers ever, the confounded drinker was taken to Whipps Cross doctor’s facility, where a Romanian medical nurse addressed him and affirmed that he was in London.

Adina posted it on the Facebook

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Attendant Adina Costache at that point posted his story on a Facebook page for Romanians in the UK, trusting that somebody could help reveal some insight into how Danciu had ended up so distant from home. Click on the next page to continue the story.