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Financial Times journalist killed by crocodile in Sri Lankan lagoon


(MENAFN- Jordan News Agency) London, Sept. 15 (Petra)-- Financial Times journalist was killed by a crocodile whilst washing his hands in a lagoon in Sri Lanka during a holiday with friends.

Paul McClean, 24, an Oxford University graduate, is believed to have wandered off from friends in order to go to the toilet, before being ambushed by the reptile as he dipped his hands in the water.

He is said to have been seen "waving his hands in the air" in desperation before being dragged under water at a lagoon known as Crocodile Rock, located just minutes from a popular surfing beach.


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