A hiker in Unterwössen, Germany called police after coming across a naked, disoriented man in the woods who refused any help. Turns out, the gentleman was a monk who had gone off camping and, according to the police report, ate some poisonous Belladonna berries that spurred a rather bad trip. From the Local:
He failed to find his way back to his tent, ending up instead wandering around aimlessly.
It remains a mystery how he came to be naked.
"Naked monk in woods 'had eaten bad berries'"
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