A 27-year-old man is missing after being swept to sea while fishing at Voodoo Point, near Kurnell, in Sydney’s south.
A search and rescue operation is underway for the fisherman, who was reported missing by his friends at 2.45pm on Thursday afternoon.
Asian of course, not wearing a life jacket of course.
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Surf Life Saving NSW, with the aid of the Westpac Rescue Helicopter and police, including the Marine Area Command, are wasting their time involved in the search. He’s already burley for the bronze whalers.
Police Commander Hutchings said, “It’s a bit of a no-brainer that if you’re going near the water’s edge and you can’t swim, you should be wearing a life jacket – an Australian-approved life jacket.”
Sea marker dye was thrown into the water where he was last seen bobbing as a gesture to the sea and sharks – bit like preemptive scattering of ashes.
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