A foreign man found in Norway suffering from memory loss and speaking five languages including Czech is very probably a 36-year-old Czech citizen. The Czech police said on their website that a number of members of the man’s family had recognised him. On Tuesday the police in Norway appealed for information as to the identity of the man, who was found in a snowdrift in Oslo in mid-December. There were indications that his hands had been bound for some time and he told the news agency AFP that he been robbed and sexually assaulted.
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