and his wife Kirsty’s holiday in the south of France in their campervan became a summer helliday when they woke up to find they had been robbed.
With no keys, money or passport, Mr Bryant said the pair had to spend two weeks in the country relying on the good will of others before they could safely make the trip back home.
Mr Bryant, of Kingston Lane, Southwick, England said they were burgled at a service station about 12 miles north of Avignon on the main auto route.
Mr Bryant said: “Amazingly I didn’t know anything had been taken until I started moving around the motor home.
“It was only when we spoke to other campers that we were told about crooks moving around the south of France and gassing people while they sleep before they take their things.”