On Sunday, January 3, two fishermen found an Australian naked in a crocodile-infested area. He had violated his judicial assessment after the arms robbery case.
A man who violated his judicial review duties was found naked by two fishermen in a crocodile-infested swamp in northern Australia, where he survived for several days in trees, including snails for food.
Kevin Joiner and Cam Fast went fishing on Sunday afternoon, January 3, near Darwin, the capital of the Northern Territory, when asked for help by a man covered in mud, according to local media, after being bitten by a mosquito.
“We don’t understand what he’s doing there,” Kevin Joiner told Nine News Wednesday. “We thought he was having an exciting New Year.” Kevin Joiner said the man was dehydrated and needed help, so fishermen took him with them, gave him shorts and a beer and took him to Darwin.
Violation of judicial review
But once in hospital, he was arrested for failing to comply with his judicial review of an arms robbery case. Both fishermen said they were surprised because the man said he got lost while walking around the area. “We found this out when we went to see him at the hospital,” Cam Fast said.
Len Turner, a Northern Regional Police officer, confirmed to the media that the man would be prosecuted in several cases. “He has been arrested, but he is still being treated at the Royal Darwin Hospital where he is being treated for a self-inflicted injury,” he told N.T.