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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

HONEYMOON TRAGEDY: Seychelles shark attack kills honeymooning man!

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Ben Quinn, / Tuesday 16 August 2011 23.29 BST.

Praslin, Seychelles
The shark struck in the waters off off Anse Lazio beach on the island of Praslin, the second largest in the archipelago. Photograph: Getty.

Wife was sunbathing on the shore when 30-year-old, named locally as Ian Redmond, was attacked.

A British man on his honeymoon has been killed by a shark in the Seychelles, less than a fortnight after a French tourist was also fatally bitten in the waters off the same island.

The 30-year-old, named as Ian Redmond from Lancashire, was attacked on Tuesday while his bride was sunbathing on the shore, according to reports.
The shark struck in the waters off Anse Lazio beach on the island of Praslin, the second largest in the Indian Ocean archipelago and a popular destination with honeymooning Britons.
A tourist in a dinghy dragged the man on board and brought him ashore and another holidaymaker then tried to save his life, according to a report in the Daily Mail.
"We heard screaming and people started running down the beach towards the water," an American tourist was quoted as saying. "Someone had seen a fin sticking out of the water, and then we saw a dinghy pulling a man from the water.
"I saw the swimmer, who was missing a huge chunk of flesh from his left leg, so much so that I could see the bone of his thigh. He was sickeningly pale, but still had his flippers on both feet.
"At this point a woman ran over and started screaming. She said: 'That's my husband! We were just married.'

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