CROWDED OUT: What was meant to be a relaxing family holiday in Queensland, has turned into a nightmare for one 21 year old Double Bay man.
Dan Haber agreed to stay at the Noosa Sofitel with his parents and brother, but he’s refusing to leave his room because there’s way too many people he knows at the pool.
“It’s like Bake Bar on a sunny Sunday morning down there, except even worse,” Dan Haber told DBT in a phone interview.
“A few days ago I went to the pool once for a quick swim but got trapped in several punishing chats with mum’s friends and their children.”
“I never talk to these people when I see them in Sydney.”
The Haber family has been in Noosa for three days, with another four days of the trip remaining.
DBT understands Dan Haber’s parents have been trying to coax him out of the hotel room, to no avail.
“They’ve been trying to say I need to be more social,” he says. “But honestly, I can’t deal with the scene here, so I’m just going to watch the cricket and get room service.”
“As soon as I get back to Sydney I’ll get a fake tan just so people don’t think I’m a weirdo.”