A hospital has launched an appeal to name a man who went there claiming he does not know who he is.
We are pleased to report he has now been named and reunited with his family thanks to social media.
The Hospital says that the patient is believed to be in his early 40s arrived at the Forth Valley Royal Hospital in Larbert, Scotland, on Boxing Day.
He arrived with no personal documents and no way if identifying who he is
He has been described as being 5ft 6in tall, of medium build, with receding brown hair and stubble on his face.
When arriving to the hospital he was wearing a green checked shirt and a blue t-shirt with black jogging bottoms and trainers.
He has a local Scottish accent, tattoos on his upper right arm of two Samurai swords, and a tattoo on his chest of a Samurai.
Thanks to everyone who helped.
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