Nepalese man found deceased at Wattamolla beach

A Nepalese man of mid-thirties found dead at Wattamolla Beach in the Royal National Park, Sydney Australia Monday. His body was retrieved from the water Monday afternoon around 12.15 pm. Police found the death as not suspicious.

It is known, his wife reported to the police Sunday to know his whereabouts after lost regular communication. His wife is living and studying in another state. The couple was on a temporary visa, and he sent wife another state than New South Wales where they live, seeking permanent residency, NepaliPage understands.

Deceased is a much more friendly and active participant in the community as a photographer as well as a sports enthusiast. Backdated Facebook posts show he was related to Friends Football Club Granville and St George Football Club.

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