“Get up you f****** idiot!” Worried girlfriend’s snap shows “missing” partner asleep on trampoline


A WOMAN opened the curtains after a night worrying about her “missing” boyfriend – and got the shock of her life to find him fast asleep on the trampoline.

Georgia Nisbet feared the worst for her partner after he failed to come home or answer his phone following a row.

But it turned out David McCallum had simply had got home late after a few too many beers, realised he’d forgotten his keys, and decided he couldn’t face a “b********g” for knocking the door.

So David decided to kip on the trampoline outside their home in Govan, Glasgow, while Georgia woke up in the early hours and fretted all night about his safety.

Georgia, 26, was very worried about David

The 26-year-old realised the truth as she got ready to go to work the next day, marching out to the garden to tell him: “Get up you f****** idiot.”

She then posted a hilarious snap of David sleeping on the trampoline on social media, warning: “Lads don’t get drunk, argue way your girlfriend & then lose your house keys. This could lead to a night on the trampoline what a shock a got when a opened the blinds this morning.”

In an apparent reference to his choice of footwear, she added: “Least he had the courtesy to take his Saturday night sliders off.”

On social media, Sophia Lucinda said: “Hahaha you couldn’t not laugh at that, best ever!”

Amanda Donnelly commented: “Just as well it’s no the winter he would have froze lol.”

Stephen Cowan said: “Thank f*** the rain stayed off.”

Gareth Kennedy, in a reference to David’s professional life as a wrestler, said: “Lol mental mad Ravie Davie.”

Social media fans were loving ‘Ravie Davie’s’ antics

David, 24, said he elected to stay out on the trampoline for almost six hours because he didn’t want to get a “b********g” for stumbling in late at night.

He said: “I was out at my god daughter’s christening then went out and got drunk.

“I got back at two in the morning decided to sleep on the trampoline instead of facing the hassle.”

He said Georgia woke up at around 4am, fretting that he had not yet returned home. To make matters worse, his mobile battery was dead.

David took full responsibility for the being locked out

David said his girlfriend was not very sympathetic the following morning.

“She told me ‘Get up you f****** idiot.’”

But he added: “Some people were saying it was her fault, but it was definitely mine.

“I should have come home when I was told.”