Winner of Love Island, Amber Davies has issued a strong warning to fans after she was dogged by stolen drinks.
The 22-year-old was at midnight in his native Wales on Friday when he collapsed in a pub and was completely unconscious.
The staff called for an ambulance while Amber's mother, Sue, a nurse, rushed to his side.
Now reality stars have returned to social media to warn others about the dangers of drinking liquor.
"Don't leave your drink in sight!" he tweeted.
"Thank you very much for all your kind words. Anchoring is something I never thought would happen to me, but I am very grateful to be at home and safe."
He continued: "Thank you to my family and everyone who helped me, especially Glan Clwyd Hospital. Remember to never leave your drink from view."
It was unclear whether Amber could be spiked, but witnesses saw her walking up and down the car park outside the Plow Lodge at St. Asaph, North Wales, with a man at around 11:20 a.m. on Friday.
A witness told The Sun: "He suddenly hit the floor. He was completely unconscious.
"People came out of the pub to help him and put him in a recovery position. He shouted like he was in pain."
The witness said the paramedics asked whether Amber had taken something but "no one had seen her using drugs".
Pub manager Dafydd Jones said in a statement: "I have no reason to believe that drugs were taken at that place.
"I will speak to the North Wales Police regarding the incident."
Drinking-spiking refers to the act of unconsciously placing a substance in someone's drink which can cause them to lose control or forget about their environment.
The most common substance to drink is alcohol, along with the drugs GHB and GBL.
Rohypnol – known as the date rape drug – is also used by speakers.
Drinking-spiking is illegal and carries a potential 10-year prison sentence for anyone found guilty.