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Funny video shows drunk man sleeping in stranger's house

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DH Vancouver Staff Oct 27, 2015 11:59 am

A North Vancouver man got quite the shock when he found a complete(ly intoxicated) stranger in his bed. Of course, his immediate instinct was to film it and upload it to YouTube.

It’s since been viewed more than 1.3 million times.

“You’re literally in my bed right now,” says the man behind the camera.

“Dude, you know my brother,” says the drunk man as he wraps himself in the cameraman’s comforter.

Surprise: no he doesn’t.

The exchange goes on for a little bit longer before the (overly kind) cameraman offers the drunk stranger another bed in the house. Finally, the camera operator rouses him and that’s when the drunk man realizes he’s in the wrong house, claiming that he used to live there.

The video ends on a polite note, with the cameraman offering him a spot to stay the night, which the stranger declines. They part ways and wish each other a good night.

Reddit user kl4ssy claims to know the man who filmed the video.

Kind of late to the party but here’s the deal with the video. The dude who owns the house is named Jordan – He’s from North Vancouver, Canada. He just got hooked up with a house that he shares with like 4 buddies. One night this dude showed up. There’s always something happening at his house and plenty of crashing spots lol. The funny thing is; this house is pretty far away from everything and North Van isn’t really a college town. This isn’t just an obvious house to walk in to and crash, this place is tucked away among a sea of elderly peoples houses. But shout out to Jordan for keepin’ his cool and making a funny video out of it. Source: I party with these dudes lol

Watch the video below:

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