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    I've contacted the passport office and it is cancelled now. But I am still concerned of what people can do with it.

    I am lucky I lost my passport and not my health/life as I nearly got hit by a taxi that night.

    I drank a full 70Cl of Whisky and don't remember a thing.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I've contacted the passport office and it is cancelled now. But I am still concerned of what people can do with it.

    I am lucky I lost my passport and not my health/life as I nearly got hit by a taxi that night.

    I drank a full 70Cl of Whisky and don't remember a thing.
    Daaang, thats rough. You should take out a driving license,it would cost less to replace. Provisional if you haven't passed even

    Also it would be an invalid passport if you've let them know. You'll get a new passport number, so nothing can be done I think. If found it'll probs be handed in.

    I always used to lose my phone on nights out and I'd be so mad at myself (like 3/4 phones during uni lol) but I was always ok and I'd rather that than being health/life so don't worry about it. As long as you're ok and you've learnt a lesson (bit rich of me- i've lost 4 blooody phones :blushing: )
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    You sure the passport's the only thing you lost?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I've contacted the passport office and it is cancelled now. But I am still concerned of what people can do with it.

    I am lucky I lost my passport and not my health/life as I nearly got hit by a taxi that night.

    I drank a full 70Cl of Whisky and don't remember a thing.
    You need to go to your local police station and report it as lost, then they will give you a crime reference number, i think. You need that for the new passport form.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I've contacted the passport office and it is cancelled now. But I am still concerned of what people can do with it.

    I am lucky I lost my passport and not my health/life as I nearly got hit by a taxi that night.

    I drank a full 70Cl of Whisky and don't remember a thing.
    70cl spirit = breakfast

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    Its no big deal as long as you've reported it
    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I've contacted the passport office and it is cancelled now. But I am still concerned of what people can do with it.

    I am lucky I lost my passport and not my health/life as I nearly got hit by a taxi that night.

    I drank a full 70Cl of Whisky and don't remember a thing.
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    nothing will happen now it's been reported, I did the same in my first few weeks!

    get a provisional, it's worth the expense to pay out to get one as it's only like £20 to replace if you lose it (also smaller so easier to carry)
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    See a psych. You have addiction problems.
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    Yeh rookie error. Take your driving licence. They're a lot cheaper to replace
 
 
 
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