A surfer has been killed in a shark attack in Australia. Japanese national Tadashi Nakahara, 41, died Monday morning from massive blood loss after a shark severed both of his legs at Shelley Beach, near Lennox Head, in northern New South Wales. Detective Inspector Cameron Lyndsay told ABC that he died despite the heroic efforts of fellow surfers to save him.
Tests have confirmed that Luis Paolo Mota Brentano, who shot Ricardo dos Santos three times on the Monday of last week, was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the time of the shooting.
It is with very heavy hearts that we inform you that Ricardo Dos Santos has passed away at the age of 24 in a Brazilian hospital. After sustaining multiple gunshot wounds at Praia da Guarda do Embau, near Palhoca, yesterday, Ricardo remained in critical condition at a hospital in Brazil. Conflicting reports started emerging regarding the specifics of the incident, but the fact remained that yesterday morning, Dos Santos was shot three times in the chest and stomach by another man.
Denpasar police believe that a 56-year-old Melbourne man who died while surfing Kuta Reef Friday afternoon may have suffered from a fatal health issue.
Australian Geoff Moase, 54, died while paddle boarding in Lombok after suffering from a suspected heart attack. The Gold Coast shaper was pulled from the water at Sorga Beach on Friday morning after a fisherman spotted his floating body about 100 meters offshore.
Australian surfer Peter Luke, 27, was surfing five-metre waves off Jelenga Beach in West Sumbawa, Indonesia on Tuesday when he went missing. His two friends used the boat they’d hired to search for him and eventually found his body on a nearby reef. AAP reported earlier his name was Peter Lore, which they have now corrected.
Police in Bali are on the hunt for a young American couple in connection with the alleged murder of the girl’s mother at an upscale beach resort on Tuesday.
Only two days after a wildebeest was found dead in its cage, an African lion was also found dead at the Surabaya Zoo, which has been globally slammed on for its poor treatment for the animals in its care.
As of 9 p.m., the local authorities had confirmed that seven people had been killed in the accident, including the driver, the tourist guide and five tourists. The number of fatalities is feared to rise since several passengers were still receiving intensive treatment in local hospitals.
The body of a 38-year-old Australian man was discovered in front of residences in North Kuta on Sunday morning.