The man drove a thousand miles back.
81-year-old British pensioner, born in Italy and residing in Newcastle, Staffordshire, decided to make the journey to Rome. The man also wanted to see the Vatican and listen to the sermon of the Pontiff, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to rupor.info.
When the navigation device, the direction of which the traveller carefully followed, said that the purpose of the trip is reached, he got out of the car, but did not see any of the famous sights of the Italian capital – not the Forum or the Colosseum or the Sistine chapel.
As it turned out later, the Navigator brought the pensioner in the German municipality under the name of Rum, the Federal state of North Rhine-Westphali, located one thousand kilometers from the destination. In addition, the confused, the British knocked down the signpost, which was adorned with the name of the settlement, and was forced to testify came at the call of local residents to the police.