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Missing Canberra worker found in a Bondi stairwell?

By 8 May 2014 6

Has anyone been following this story of the Irish national Donal O’Sullivan, who was reported missing by relatives on Sunday evening, and was found by a building worker undertaking the weekly clean of the emergency stairwell in a Bondi building.
(The luck of the Irish)

He had last been seen leaving a Hotel in Bondi Junction on Saturday morning.

He was found about 8pm on Wednesday, lying in an emergency stairwell in a commercial building called East Tower, about 150 metres from the Hotel.

Mr O’Sullivan reportedly works for a construction firm, living in Bondi but travelling to Canberra for work on weekdays.

Will there be more to this story? or just ‘misadventure’ ?

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6 Responses to Missing Canberra worker found in a Bondi stairwell?
#1
PrinceOfAles6:26 pm, 08 May 14

A falling down drunk Irishman? Glad he`s ok.

#2
dungfungus10:57 pm, 08 May 14

PrinceOfAles said :

A falling down drunk Irishman? Glad he`s ok.

Lucky he didn’t fall into a vat of whisky because he would still be fighting off his would be rescuers.

#3
eyeLikeCarrots8:10 am, 09 May 14

I would like to know the facts on his level of intoxication.

The media reports mention ‘used the atm at 11:20 at night’ and ‘seen ordering a drink at a bar at 10:30am’ the next day.

Was he ordering a coffee or a whiskey that morning ?

#4
davo1019:31 am, 09 May 14

eyeLikeCarrots said :

Was he ordering a coffee or a whiskey that morning ?

From the cctv footage it would have been a schooner sized coffee or whiskey (probably not too good for you in either case).

#5
mountainman10:10 am, 09 May 14
#6
bigfeet11:03 am, 09 May 14

Maybe he was hiding because he was scared of the gangs of billionaires brawling on the mean streets of Bondi.

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