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    CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Naked man gets Locked Out Of Hotel Room

     
    Like a ‘Mr. Bean’ sketch, a recent YouTube video (that I uploaded on my Youtube channel (Tunisia Tribune- february 18) ostensibly shows security video of a man wandering a hotel naked, seeking a way back into his room.
    Top tip for when you're next staying in a hotel — never, ever leave the room naked.
    This man found out the hard way when the door slammed shut as he placed his room service tray in the corridor.
    Unluckily for him, he didn't have his key to get back in — and his subsequent escapades were caught on security camera.



    Unfortunately for him, he didn't have his keys to get back in - and his subsequent escapades were caught on security cameras.
    Comedy fans may recall that a similar fate once befell Rowan Atkinson's TV charactar Mr. Bean.
    Footage uploaded to YouTube shows him walking through the unidentified hotel, with just two plate covers to maintain modesty, to the lobby reception desk where he begs to be let back into his room.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MU25cM6mqVI
    Astonishingly, and despite him being completely naked, the desk clerk asks him to produce ID.

    watch the original video on Youtube:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MU25cM6mqVI


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