A drunk man who entered a stranger's house, made himself a pot of noodles and fell asleep on the couch has detailed the home owner's hilarious reaction following his long night out.

The man, from Glasgow, Scotland, woke up bemused to the site of the homeowners standing over him asking who he was.

Trying to recount his hazy night, the hungover man videoed his explanation and captured the homeowner's rather generous and understanding reaction.

Luckily, the homeowners found the incident as funny as he did.

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On video, he said: "A couple woke me up going 'who are you?' I'm like 'what are you talking about? I was here at the party last night', and he went: 'Trust me man, there was no party here last night'."

A drunk man who entered a stranger's house, made himself a pot of noodles and fell asleep on the couch has detailed the home owner's hilarious reaction following his long night out.
A drunk man who entered a stranger's house, made himself a pot of noodles and fell asleep on the couch has detailed the home owner's hilarious reaction following his long night out.

The hungover Scot explained he had missed his taxi from the party and decided to go back in.

Unfortunately, he entered the wrong house.

"I went to get a taxi last night. The taxi left and I came into the wrong house.

"I came in, got a cover and went to sleep. Instead of going back to the party I went into the house next door."

The next morning, the homeowners woke to find what was left of his meal and the stranger curled up on the couch.

But instead of kicking the man out, they welcomed him by making him a cup of tea and offering him a cigarette.

The drunk Scot was offered a cup of tea and a smoke by the owners of the home he accidentally snuck into. Photo / Facebook
The drunk Scot was offered a cup of tea and a smoke by the owners of the home he accidentally snuck into. Photo / Facebook

The Scot continued: "Thank god this woman is from Glasgow. She was like 'aye we're welcoming. Got a cup of tea and a fag!'.

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"Thank you were much for being so understanding."

The video has been viewed more than 100,000 times.