London, June 3 (ANI): A man who vanished after losing his memory due to a rare medical condition was found nine days later - having walked 100 miles barefoot.
Mark Stott, 42, suffers from Non-Epileptic Attack Disorder - a form of seizure - that causes him to forget who he is and lose days of memory at a time.
He disappeared from Frenchay Hospital during a routine check up in Bristol on May 21 was found more than a week later in a supermarket car park in Swansea.
The former driving instructor has no memory of his bizarre trek but believes he must have crossed the Severn Bridge and walked because his feet were blistered and bleeding and he had lost more than a stone.
"I haven't got the foggiest what happened or how I got to Swansea. My legs ache and my feet are really blistered," the Sun quoted Mark as saying.
"Now I'm trying to get my head round the fact that I thought I had only been missing for two days but I was actually missing for a week and two days," he added. (ANI)