A London waiter kidnapped in Ukraine has been released after his family paid a ransom of £10,800, BBC reported.
Eren Parker, 25, from Penge, south London, went missing while on holiday in southern city Odessa on 9 April.
His cousin, Erol Kesen, said Mr Parker was kidnapped by a gang who stunned him with a Taser gun and bundled him into a van after he had left a casino.
He returned home on Friday suffering from shock, cuts and bruises after his family paid a ransom, Mr Kesen said.
He said Mr Parker was initially held in a garage then taken to a flat in the city.
The gang originally demanded $60,000 (£41,360) to release Mr Parker but agreed to hand him over in exchange for a smaller amount.
Mr Kesen said: "I was told the average wage in that country is $100 a month so I guess they thought he was rich because he was a Westerner and had been in the casino."
A Foreign Office spokeswoman said: "We were informed on 16 April that Mr Parker is safe and well."