A reveller at Radio 1’s Biggest Weekend in Singleton Park very nearly had her day ruined yesterday, after losing an unopened bag of ketamine and her 6 year old daughter.

Brave 28 year old Theresa Connell managed to take her mind off the festival double blow with the support of friends and a spectacular performance by Taylor Swift.

Theresa said: “Its just typical of me to do this again, I’m forever forgetting and losing things!

“I’m not sure when I lost them or in what order. It was such a military operation getting them in, what with one being illegal and the other not having a ticket, that I suppose I became a bit blasé. It’s a real chicken and egg scenario.

“I realised they were gone because being ‘all organised’ I’d given my daughter Summer-Mae my ket key to look after, but when I was ready to get a head on she’d vanished.

“I instinctively checked my bra straight away for my drugs, it did cost cost me £40 after all, but when that wasn’t there either I could’ve cried.”

Theresa’s friend Cheryl said: “Theresa was understandably a bit disappointed, so we quickly got a search group together to firstly find her ket and, worse case, another dealer.”

Theresa continued: “They didn’t find either but gave me some of theirs, and that’s why we’re all so close.

“By the time Taylor Swift was in full flow I’d forgotten about Summer-Mae so I could just get on with my night. I deserve it to be honest.”

Summer-Mae added: “Mam put me in the queue for the bar so I could save her space as it was busy, but then she never came back.

“I’ve been adopted by the BBC now though, so will spend the rest of my life as a permanent extra on their programmes. This is exactly the same way that Tracey from EastEnders started out.”

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