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The days that follow a festival can be a tricky time for most of us. But Connor Spear has definitely had a much worse experience than usual.
That's because the teen is still looking for his car after parking it in Bristol before heading to the Tokyo World festival - which was held over a week ago.
Connor Spear, 19, drove more than 100 miles from Plymouth on the weekend of 21 and 22 of September.
Now Connor's 'devastated' mum, Sally Jeffery has said that she's 'annoyed that he's been so irresponsible', adding: "You know what youngsters are like - he's parked there without thinking he'll take a photo of the street."
According to the Mirror, Connor and his two friends left Plymouth on Saturday (21 September) and drove in his 'pride and joy' to the festival.
The first day passed without any incidents, but then on Sunday when Connor tried to locate his car in order to give his mates a lift to the event, he couldn't remember where he'd left it... and has been unable to find it ever since.
Luckily the group were fortunate enough to get a lift back to Plymouth with someone they knew, but over the last week, Connor has been forced to walk to the electrical company he works at as an apprentice.
This last weekend his mum drove herself and her son back to Bristol on a joint search mission to pick up the car.
The Mirror reported that the pair spent eight hours roaming the streets of Bristol on Saturday, followed by a further three hours yesterday.
Explaining her son's description of the car, Miss Jeffery said: "On the left of the street there were a load of bushes where you couldn't park and on the right there was a row of houses."
Connor forked out £2,500 ($3,000) for the motor two years ago when he passed his driving test and is now offering a £100 ($120) reward to anybody who can help locate the missing car.
The mum-of-two added: "He's annoyed with himself because at the time you just want to get there [the festival], but he feels so irresponsible - it's the most irresponsible thing he's done.
"The thing is, it's a really nice, decent car and he's really looked after it - that's the annoying thing about it."
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