Drunk Estonian Gets Turned Around On His Way Home From The Bar, Ends Up Scaling Mountain

Drunk Estonian Gets Turned Around On His Way Home From The Bar, Ends Up Scaling Mountain

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Drunk Estonian Gets Turned Around On His Way Home From The Bar, Ends Up Scaling Mountain

The Cervinia cable car | Photo: acebal | Cover: Nick Webb

It’s not everyday you start walking home drunk and end up scaling a mountain– that is unless you’re an hammered Estonian named Pavel with no sense of direction.

Related: Drunk Austrian Should Have Walked, Not Skied Away From Après Party

According to the Italian outlet La Stampa, Pavel was on his way home from a bar in the Italian mountain town of Cervinia when he mistook a ski run as the road back to his accommodations. Ultimately, he would climb roughly 1,300′ feet before he reached a refuge that is located mid way up the ski resort’s slopes.

Close to dawn, Pavel forced his way inside, where he would later be found by the refuge’s managers. He has since been issued a fine for breaking into the refuge without a reservation. He also nabbed a couple of water bottles from behind the bar before passing out. LEGEND!

Find the entire La Stampa article here: Un turista era così ubriaco che ha scambiato le piste da sci di Cervinia per la strada verso l’hotel

 

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