Drunk woman goes viral after getting lost on horseback in Mexican jungle

According to reports, the unfortunate incident took place near the beach town of Yelapa in the municipality of Cabo Corrientes. It is located in the Mexican state of Jalisco.

Drunk woman goes viral after getting lost on horsebackDrunk woman goes viral after getting lost on horseback 

A TikTok video of an American tourist in Mexico went viral after she got lost while drunkenly riding a horse in the wilderness.

Liz Hicks got separated from her group and wandered off in the jungle while riding a horse. After she shared a small video of her experience on TikTok, where she looked frightened, many netizens expressed concern over her safety. Fortunately, the story had a happy ending.

She explained in the video she couldn’t ask for help as she didn’t speak a word of Spanish Spanish.

As Liz narrated her ordeal, she said she had no clue about her location.

“I’m currently in the jungle in Mexico somewhere, I don’t speak Spanish and I’m on a horse and I got drunk and I don’t know how I got here and no one around me speaks my language so they don’t know what I’m saying — I don’t know where I’m going — I just know I’m on a horse,” she is heard saying in the video.

According to reports, the unfortunate incident took place near the beach town of Yelapa in the municipality of Cabo Corrientes. It is located in the Mexican state of Jalisco.

The video, which was shared from the handle @lizzyfromtheblock99 on TikTik, garnered more than 12 million views as of December 11.

In the video, two local children can be seen on the path in front of Liz.

“I’m scared because I don’t know how to ride. Somebody help me learn Spanish, please, because I don’t want to do this again,” Liz says.

In a follow-up video, Liz is seen further up the trek but more relaxed. Fortunately, she was safe throughout the trek and arrived at her hotel. She uploaded a final video to update her friends about her happy ending.

“I’m alive and well, I’m back at my hotel. The issue with the horse was, I was lost but the horse wasn’t lost… the horse knew where it was going, apparently, because it took me to this waterfall,” she said.

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