A drunk guy who lost his ID got the shock of his life from a dastardly travel agent
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Waking up bleary-eyed and dry-mouthed with a pounding head is bad enough at the best of times – but add a bill for £5,000 into the mix and things start to look a little bit worse. After a heavy night in Cheltenham that’s exactly what greeted Will Armstrong in an envelope from travel agents Flight Centre which he later posted to Twitter. Inside was Will’s “travel summary”, detailing a first-class flight with Etihad Airways to the Maldives he had no memory of booking. “Thank you so much for popping in the other day”, one of the enclosed letters said, right above the amount due in big red letters – £5,289.87. Luckily Will turned the page to find another note, left by someone called Stephen Lee, which saved both his blushes and his bank account. “We’re just kidding. We’ve found you’re (sic) driving license (enclosed) outside our shop and thought you might need it! Just make sure you consider us for your next holiday. Take care!” Stephen wrote.
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