Mum mistakes rinsed stranger on Halloween for her son, tucks him into bed
Like many of us, Stewart Jarvis, a strapping lad from Surrey, England hit up a Halloween party on Saturday night.
There’s a naked bloke upstairs and it is not Stewart.
His Mum, Juliet Jarvis, woke up around 4.30 am to the sound of someone hustling around in the house.
Clothes and a muddy phone were left in the family conservatory and Juliet found a man with skull make-up under a duvet in the spare room.
She gave her son a pillow and he slurred out a "thanks," then after a long night on the rinse, Stewart hit the hay.
Only it wasn't Stewart. It was Marc Campfield. A detail her husband Cliff pointed out in the morning, reports the Sun.
"There’s a naked bloke upstairs and it is not Stewart."
Marc is unsure how he ended up at the Jarvis household, as he lives six and a half kilometres away.
Waking up hung af and presumably disorientated, Marc initially tried to pretend he maybe knew Stewart, but that went out the window after an excited and confused Juliet sent a photo of Marc to her son.
Juliet explained in a detailed Facebook post that Marc looked enough like my son to pass a cursory.
"He looked like my son enough to pass a cursory. (Stew changes his hair and face hair a lot.) I thought his hand looked mucky, but figured it could be that his car broke, and just thought ah well, Stewart does funny stuff, he can explain what he is up to in the morning. So off I went back to bed."
Juliet and Cliff took the mix up well, Cliff even dropped Marc home.
Marc told the Sun: “I could not have stumbled into the home of two more lovely people. They were so understanding.”
However Stewart was less impressed: “I’m going to have some serious words with my mother — she still can't recognise me after all these years.”