Tourist takes LSD with him on a trip to Disneyland Paris before jumping naked in a lake, manhunt gripping
Tourist takes LSD during trip to Disneyland Paris before he jumps naked in a lake and walks one mile, and starts huge manhunt
- A Swiss man (32) had taken hallucinogens in the park with his girlfriend on Friday
- The drug user didve into a lake near Captain Hook's pirate ship in the evening
- His girlfriend panicked when he did not appear again and warned the authorities
- Thirty firefighters, ten divers, 80 staff, search dogs and helicopter deployed
A 32-year-old man who took LSD with him on a trip to Disneyland Paris before he jumped naked in a lake and walked a mile led to a 130-person manhunt last week.
The nameless Swiss tourist took hallucinogens with his girlfriend to the resort before plunging into the water on Friday night near Captain Hook's pirate ship.
The 30-year-old woman, unable to find her boyfriend and with the theme park that closed the night, warned the authorities.
Thirty firefighters, ten divers, 80 employees, search dogs and a gendarmerie helicopter equipped with a thermal scoop were deployed in the search.
The unnamed Swiss tourist, 32, had spent the day with his girlfriend at the resort before plunging into the water on Friday night near Captain Hook's pirate ship (photo)
The 30-year-old woman, unable to find her boyfriend and with the theme park that closed her night, warned the authorities (photo: stock image of Disneyland Paris earlier this year)
But it had to be a local Chessy resident who discovered the stunned tourist, wandering aimlessly about a mile from the resort, in contrast to reports that he had been found on the shore of the lake.
& # 39; He was walking in the middle of the road. He didn't have an inch of dust with him and he walked barefoot, & # 39; the local name Benoit told Le Parisien. & # 39; I stopped, got out and went to meet him. I wanted to know what a naked man did 300 meters from my house. & # 39;
Benoit said that he spoke the Swiss in English, convinced that he was a German Swiss, but discovered that the man could not remember anything.
The savior told the French newspaper that the man had scratches on his legs and arms and claimed to have made a bet with his friends to take the drugs.
The pirate ship is located next to a life-size replica of Skull Rock from the Peter Pan film
After he had delivered shorts to the Swiss, Benoit said he was taking him to the Disney Village cinema around 1.15 p.m.
The authorities arrested the Swiss couple and both were accused of drug use before being released on Saturday.
Benoit told Le Parisien that it was only when his wife told him the story that they could connect the man he had found with the Disneyland incident.
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