BLOOM­FIELD BAT­TLE

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - NEWS -

Word has it that the Bloom­field River was re­cently the scene of an almighty stoush be­tween a six me­tre croc and sev­eral in­ter­lop­ers who came off much the worse, see­ing as they were only four me­tres each. Mat­ters are dealt with in a fright­fully blunt and black and white way in the crocodile world. When a ranger went to inspect one of the car­cases on a bank ap­par­ently he saw three smaller crocs in the wa­ter as­sess­ing the sit­u­a­tion. of tuna – a death au­thor­i­ties mused may have in­volved “foul play.” Steven All­ford, 51, was dis­cov­ered face-down on a bench out­side Malaga’s air­port, with his hands and feet bound by ca­bles and his pants pulled down, the Mir­ror of the UK re­ported. Pre­lim­i­nary tests in­di­cated he died of as­phyx­i­a­tion when he choked on his vomit after drink­ing booze, the pa­per re­ported. “There were no ob­vi­ous signs of vi­o­lence on his body but the po­si­tion he was found in sug­gested foul play,” a source told The Daily Mail. “It is not known if what hap­pened was done after or be­fore death.”

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