Darwin Award candidate

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Darwin Award candidate

Post by Poodle » Mon Jan 18, 2016 1:00 am

A 30 year old Brit (it had to be!) yesterday, for a lark, jumped off the William Jolly Bridge in Darwin into the Darwin River. His friends saw him go in, come up, and then go down again. He hasn't been seen since.

The river has a large population of bull sharks.

Definitely a contender.

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Re: Darwin Award candidate

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Re: Darwin Award candidate

Post by Gord » Mon Jan 18, 2016 3:29 am

...he came back up again a few seconds later, rolled on his side, went back under the water....
Sounds like he incapacitated himself, either from the impact of hitting the water or from striking something after entering the water (such as the bottom, for instance).
...Police Inspector Sean Cryer....
Oh come on, that's not a real name! I can just picture that in a poorly written story: "'I have some bad news,' Inspector Cryer told the weeping woman...."
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