as informed in Not many of us have got so drunk that we don’t know where we live.
But that’s what happened to one Cardiff University student who ended up getting help from the police and a bit of ingenuity.
Cameron’s friend Lawrence Court, 20, a member of the group said he was ‘surprised’ to have received the message from the police.
The human geography student said: ‘Initially I thought it was all a load of rubbish as it’s not something you’d expect a police officer to do.
‘I think it’s brilliant, it gives you another side to the police force and you don’t often see them as being a laugh.
Police officer invades group Facebook chat to help get drunk man home
according to A screenshot of the group chat (L) and the policeman’s selfie.
His friends quickly responded with Cameron’s address, before raising suspicion on whether the Good Samaritan was actually a police officer.
(Twitter/@Loafs7)A man too drunk to remember his exact address got unexpected assistance from a tech-savvy police officer, who found a clever way to get him home.
“Hello it’s the police on Cameron’s phone.
When Cameron couldn’t remember his address, the officer used his phone to send a concerned message to a group chat on his phone, but not before changing Cameron’s name in the chat to ‘Such a VIP he has a police escort’.
collected by :Roy Mark