As any of you who have been to the confessional probably realise, I was out partaking in a bit of alcohol on Friday night.
What I didn't say in there was what happened to Bob.
He was fine most of the night then about 20 mins before we left he got a bit "offish" and then as we walked out of the pub he collapsed and was out of it completely.
Anyhow they called an ambulance, took him to hospital and into emergency. The doctors couldn't raise him and kept asking me how much he had to drink and if he had taken any drugs (I pointed out at this stage that Bob doesn't do drugs and had drunk less than me the whole night.............. I was a bit overly merry).
Well they took blood etc and he stayed the night there.
Yesterday the hospital rang him to say that they are sure his drink was spiked - his blood alcohol level was only .1 (they told him to be in the state he was they would have expected it to be around .25). The fact that he awoke at 4.30am with an absolutely clear head and not much recollection of what happened tells us it was definitely not alcohol. He can remember the ambos rubbing his chest to try and get a response and it hurt like hell but he couldn't talk or move to stop them.
Just a waring people, Bob is really quite careful and doesn't recall leaving his drink unattended at all that night and somebody has managed to slip something in there without him noticing. We were out in a big group of friends and our table was NEVER left unattended BUT it only takes one lapse in concentration for somebody to do this to you.
It is the silly season coming up and would hate for anyone else to have this happen to them.
On a side note, Bob is just fine now and is not giving up beer