A reporter for the Financial Times became the prey of a crocodile


Репортер Financial Times стал добычей крокодилаA man named Paul McClain was a journalist of the Financial Times newspaper in London.

An unpleasant incident occurred with the London journalist Paul McClain in the Bay of the lagoon, bearing the name of “Crocodile mountain” in Sri Lanka. Reptile dragged McClane in the moment when he decided to go to the bathroom.

24-year-old reporter came to Sri Lanka to relax and to surf. Guy graduated from Oxford with a first class diploma in French in 2015.

See also:  The mayor of London for the first time in history became a Muslim

The police and military of this country are engaged in searches of the correspondent. Although the police do not hide that I believe the journalist died.

The last information that was received about McClane, says that it saw “much waving hands”, after which he suddenly disappeared.

“We are all completely stunned. He was a great kid, a fan of Everton FC, super bright. It is a great tragedy”, saying a colleague of the journalist.

See also:  Popular game Pokemon GO downloaded 100 million times

“Crocodile mountain” located just a few metres from the popular surfing Elephant Rock on the Eastern coast of Sri Lanka. This area is known for its large population of crocodiles.

© 2017, micetimes.asia. All rights reserved


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here