Drunk Yobs In Speedboat Glass Tourist Relaxing On Lake

This is the moment a tourist is glassed in the face by yobs on a speedboat as he relaxes aboard his vessel on a lake after he asked them to slow down.

The incident was filmed by the victim, identified as netizen ‘Daniel Petrescu’, on Lake Trei Iezere on the Danube Delta in eastern Romania, and shared on Facebook where it has been viewed 462,000 times.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT

Video Credit: CEN/@dpetrescu3

In the clip, Petrescu exchanges words with a passing speedboat carrying several burly men who are allegedly drunk.

Credit: CEN/@dpetrescu3
Daniel Petrescu wrote in his caption: “My clients got paralysed at the sight of the blood spilling out of my face, thinking I lost one eye.”

The speedboat circles back to their position and a bald man is seen throwing something which is heard smashing.

Petrescu then films broken glass on the deck before turning the camera on his bleeding face.

He explained on social media: “Yesterday evening, we were on a boat trip on Lake Trei Iezere with a group of German ornithologists.

“A speedboat appeared, apparently driven by a group of drunk guys who thundered past and caused a wave that nearly knocked us out of our chairs.”

“I made a gesture for them to stop, but no chance. They turned around and passed us, swearing and insulting us.

“After a verbal exchange where I wished them ‘good luck’, they did it again and circled back to our boat.”

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The broken glass and napkins full of blood from Daniel’s face

“I started filming and the rest I seen in the video and photos I posted.

“The glass smashed and caused two deep wounds. My clients were shocked at the sight of blood pouring down my face, thinking I lost an eye.”

According to local media, a 43-year-old man from Arges County was identified by the local police and an investigation is now underway.


Story By: Madalina Spulber, Sub-EditorJoseph Golder, Agency: Central European News

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