QUEENSLAND - An Australian boy has a dangerous way trying to impress a girl. The 18 year old Lee Peacock claimed that he dared to swim in a river full of crocodiles. When he joined the action to the word, it took only a few seconds before the crocodile had him.
The teenager jumped Tuesday in the Johnston River. He wanted to just swim back to the side when he suddenly felt something sentence left.
'The animal drew me as a six meters away from the raft,' says Lee Peacock in Het Laatste Nieuws. 'I pulled as hard as possible with my right arm and hit the beast on its snout. I felt that his grasp sorted out a bit. And then I slapped once in his eye. Then he let loose. Then I swam as fast as possible to dry. '
With this action Lee was trying to impress a British tourist, whom he had met. According to Sophie Paterson, the tourist is, it all went very quickly. 'Once he was in the water, we heard screaming and splashing. There was blood everywhere and he kept screaming. his friends have helped him finally bring ashore. '
Lee has come from good according to an ambulance assistant. 'He has serious injuries to his arm, but fortunately does not have to be disposed of. Hopefully he can soon be used again as before. '