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Updated: October 1, 2021 5:03:32 pm
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In a hilarious turn of events, a ‘missing’ man in Turkey accidentally joined a search mission to find himself. The bizarre incident has now gone viral, triggering jokes and memes online.,fifa game casino sites

football club names in india,A 50-year-old man from Bursa province went out to have drinks with his friends and soon after had wandered into a forest in Inegöl in an inebriated state.

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footbool games Beyhan Mutlu (C) and rescuers looking for him in the Turkish region of Bursa. (Source: vaziyetcomtr/Twitter) fifa online player keeps pausing cricbuzz app live score

bet22 bonus code,Explaining how it all happened the construction worker said he had gone to Çayyaka for work where he had a few drinks with some friends. “I left them around 2 am at night. We were staying at a friends’ villa in an area close to the construction site. I went to one of the villas and slept,” he said.

fc barcelona vs psg 6-1 highlights,“When one of my friends couldn’t find me, he reported me as missing to the gendarmerie (police). There really was no need for that,” Mutlu said.

He added that he had changed his phone, hence was unreachable when the cops called. It was around 5 am when he woke up and saw a gathering, he thought there was an accident on the road.,uma poker

casino game roulette,People on social media were left in splits and many shared relatable memes and GIFs reacting to it.

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