Runaway teenager felt ashamed

A teenager who ran away with a waiter in the Turkish resort Marmaris said she felt too ashamed to call her mother, even after she realised she had made a mistake. Faye Jones, from Cramlington in Northumberland, went missing for five days.

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Runaway teenager was too ashamed to call her mother even when she realised she had made a mistake

A teenager from Northumberland who ran away with a Turkish criminal has said she is ashamed of what she did.

Faye Jones went missing from the resort of Marmaris for five days, prompting her family to issue urgent appeals. She was found with a local barman, who said it was her decision.

Back in the UK, Faye and her mother Rhonda told ITV's This Morning the episode was a big mistake.

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Teenager "ashamed" of running away with a Turkish waiter in Marmaris

A teenager from Cramlington who ran away with a Turkish waiter while on holiday in Marmaris said is was a "selfish outburst" and she was ashamed.

Faye Jones was reunited with her mother Rhonda after five days Credit: East Med Media

Faye Jones, 16, was reported missing for five days, prompting her family to issue urgent appeals and fear for her safety.

She told ITV's This Morning it was her decision to leave with Murat Can Ertani, who she had met on a previous holiday, but it was "crazy" and she did not know what she was doing.

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