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Roman's Holiday
Game: The Lost and Damned
For: Ashley Butler
Location: Algonquin
Target: Roman Bellic
Unlocks: Collector's Item
Unlocked by: Diamonds in the Rough

Roman's Holiday is a mission in GTA IV DLC The Lost and Damned. It is given by Ashley Butler to Johnny Klebitz.


The mission begins when Ashley phones Johnny and says she is in trouble. Johnny makes his way to her house, when he arrives two of Dimitri Rascalov's men are there. They say that Ashley is in debt to Dimitri and he has not been payed. They tell Johnny that he has to kidnap Roman Bellic or they'll kill Ashley. Johnny goes out to kidnap Roman with the help of Malc. The completion of this mission sets off the "Hostile Negotiation" mission in GTA IV.


You must drive to Malc's location then you both get into his car. At this point you must drive to the "hardware store" where Roman gambles. A cutscene then begins which shows you and Malc putting Roman in the back of your car. Now you need to drive to the warehouse in Bohan and drop Roman off. If you completely stop the car for any reason, such as hitting an object that won't give (like those wooden telephone poles), Roman will pop out of the backseat and attempt to run off. Fortunately he runs very slow and falls a lot. Target his head with a weapon to scare him back into the car.

Alternatively you can dial the number of Roman's Taxi Firm (555-2222) and he will come to Johnny and Malc in his car which will save you the journey over to the hardware store in Broker. This also makes the drive over to the warehouse easier as it is less likely that Roman will escape from the car.


  • Most will recognize this mission because it explains how Roman was kidnapped in GTA IV. He was rescued by his cousin from the same warehouse.
  • Roman soils himself during this mission.

This article uses material from the "Roman's Holiday" article on the GTA wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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