By Emma Thomas. A teenager who went out clubbing in Manchester with his mates woke up in Paris the following morning after booking a flight in the early hours. Luke Harding was getting a cab home from the Tokyo Project nightclub, nicknamed Tokes, in Oldham when he found his passport in his pocket and drunkenly decided to visit the Eiffel Tower. Good night out? Luke Harding took a picture of himself in front of the Arc de Triomphe after he ended up in Paris following a night out in Oldham, Manchester. The year-old eventually woke up in a toilet cubicle at Charles De Gaulle Airport - miles from where he started his night to remember.
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It seems time's have changed Today's ever-curious teens are reportedly finding many new and bizarre ways to get high. That's because teens are hurting themselves more often by using these "fashionable" methods, mainly through accidental over-exposure to drug and alcohol toxicity. Let's just say the first of them involves a tampon:. Vomiting happens for a reason, y'know. And sorry calorie counters, health experts say the body absorbs just as many calories this way. Cretinous users reportedly described the experience as making them feel as though they were going blind y'think?
Teenager went for drunken night out in Oldham and woke up in PARIS
I was a teenager in the s. It was a different time. We did not drink—or do drugs or have sex—in captivity. We did those things in the wild, away from our parents, in the danger and thrill of the dark, sacred night. Our parents understood that it was the beginning of the end: We were leaving them.
Teens were searched at the door and anyone who arrived drunk was directed to a dressing room where they were monitored. Medical back-up as also called in to attend to a number of severely intoxicated teenagers. Dr Jason van der Velde, a pre-hospital emergency medicine specialist, went to the rugby club to assess the condition of the youths, many aged around 16, and set up a field hospital to treat them. Van der Velde said Bandon Rugby Club had run the event very well and praised its efforts to assist those trying to help around a dozen or so very drunk teenagers. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail.