Shark Attack In The Seychelles


Honeymoon Briton killed in a suspected shark attack in the Seychelles. Ian Redmond, 30, attacked, he swam away from Anse Lazio beach on the island of Paslin According to British media reports.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Great Britain on Monday confirmed the death and said it was providing consular assistance to parents.

The British High Commissioner to travel to the island for a comfortable Redmond's new wife, Gemma Houghton, 27, who reportedly witnessed the incident to establish the scary place where she was sunbathing on the beach.

Witnesses told CBS News News' partner network Sky that Redmond has suffered serious injuries to the chest and limbs, and one of his arms appeared to have been completely disrupted.

Despite the severity of their injuries, Jeanne Vargiolu, the owner of a restaurant on the beach, told Sky that he saw Ms. Houghton said he had "always hope" for her husband while he was lying in the range immediately after the attack.

Average African nation depends primarily on tourism and fishing. Prince William and his wife spent their honeymoon 10 days there in the island chain itself.

Island officials have launched a hunt for the shark experts Sealife, but in the meantime is warning swimmers to stick to ankle water, pristine beaches.