SOUTH AFRICA – A man committed suicide by wandering into crocodile waters’.
A farm worker may have deliberately waded into a crocodile-infested river after a domestic row according to police in South Africa.
David Lubisi, 40, was eaten alive after he entered the Lepelle river following an argument with his girlfriend, detectives believe.
The father-of-three has not been seen for more than a week after allegedly telling a colleague about his plan on April 7.
Mr Lubisi’s sister Esther told the newspaper she did not believe here brother waded in deliberately and must have been pushed into the river.
Today Sergeant Makgopa said detectives had so far been unable to rule out foul play as the missing man’s body had not been found.
But the officer added that detectives currently had no reason to suspect anyone else was involved.
The investigation continues.