Dad’s GoFundMe plea after missing four flights home from Ibiza

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A tourist who has managed to miss four flights home from Ibiza has admitted he is a “walking disaster”.

Saz Ismail, 36, has begged strangers to contribute for a new flight home by creating a Go Fund Me page. The father of two has managed just four donations so far however.

Saz says he “shouldn’t be allowed” to go on holiday on his own, because he missed one flight by five minutes, managed to book one which was taking off from the wrong Spanish Island altogether, and then booked one to the wrong UK airport.

Speaking to Staffordshire Live, the dad said: “My friend Kane wanted to go out to Ibiza and was already out there. He asked me if I wanted to go on the impromptu so I thought ‘why not?’ I really like my House and Dance music scene and I had never been before so I thought it would be a good opportunity.

“I went out there from East Midlands Airport on Tuesday last week and was supposed to be there for three days. I spent three days out there and I went to see (Burton DJ) Nathan Dawe. He was performing in one of the clubs on the Thursday night and I was supposed to come back on the Friday.

“However I stayed out and I decided not to get the flight back on Friday night as I was out until about 4am. I thought to myself, ‘I am not going to make this’, so I decided to get a different flight.”

Saz, who runs vehicle customising firm in Swadlincote, Derbyshire, said he hopes someone might take pity on him and donate to the fund.

“I have no idea what happens next. I am looking over all my options. I am exhausted, to be honest,” the tourist continued.

“I’ve had a good time though. Ibiza is really pretty. I went to the Kevin and Perry Go Large live show, based on the film. Weirdly, there have been people from Swad and people I’ve known from elsewhere out and about.

“It’s cost me hundreds of Euros and I am worried about the funds but I have enjoyed myself. It has been really good but really expensive booking into other hotels and sorting the flights.”

He said he’s also expecting a big bill for the car park at East Midlands Airport, where his motor has been parked now for long over what he’d initially paid for.

He added: “I’m a walking disaster that shouldn’t be allowed to do such trips alone. I need supervision.”

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