A drunk man who had been reported missing spent hours with a search party looking for himself, report says
A drunk construction worker who had been reported missing spent hours with a search party looking for himself on Tuesday, according to reports.
Relatives of Beyhan Mutlu, 50, reportedly became concerned after he failed to return home after a night drinking with his friends in Inegöl in Turkey’s Bursa province, The Times reported.
His wife was unable to reach him on his cell phone and officials were advised that his friends lost him after he wandered off into a forest, Turkish news outlet Daily Sabah said.
A search party was sent for, and Mutlu joined the volunteers in looking through the woods, per The Times.
During the hours-long search, in the dark of night, a potential rescuer shouted Mutlu’s name. It was then that he realized the search party was looking for him. “Who are we looking for? I am here,” he reportedly said.
Speaking to Daily Sabah, Mutlu said that there “really was no need” for his friends to report him as missing.
“Basically, I’m paying for my friends’ mistakes,” he said. “What happened is all like a joke.”
Authorities later gave Mutlu a drive home after taking a police statement, Daily Sabah reported.
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