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Mystery surrounds Polish man with amnesia


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Authorities have been appealing for assistance after the man walked in to the Polish Embassy in London.

A lot of people have migrated to the UK from mainland Europe over the last few years in the hopes of starting a new life, but for one man who wandered in to the embassy in London this week the move had been perhaps a little too overwhelming.

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No wonder he can't remember anything. It looks like half of his skull is missing.

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Surely this wouldn't be difficult to find out.

Look for missing persons reports from Poland and Denmark that match his description.

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That is intriguing. Amnesia is a mysterious malfunction. They call it an illness, but I would describe it more like a mechanical failure of the brain. I would say that amnesia is loosely related to deja vu. When fatigued and stressed a great deal and when going without sleep for a prolonged period of time I can get pretty dumb, stumble over words or even forget obvious things. Although that is not really amnesia, I can understand the frustration of forgetting something.

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It's not like this dude is gonna end up in a lost and found box. Sooner or latter they'll know who he is.

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