Lost hiker three weeks eat insects
According to police reports, a German tourist who disappeared during the foot march on Australia three weeks fed on flies and other insects to survive.
26-year-old Daniel Dudzizh disappeared Feb. 17 during the foot march on the central western Queensland. According to police, he lost his way, stuck between the two banks of the river flooded. Last Thursday, he picked up a motorist.
Tourist felt good and was in a pretty good mood.
"He joked that in the Australian forests can not be starved because everywhere flying a huge number of flies, and flies are known to contain the protein - said police Inspector Mark Henderson. - When he left the city of Windorah, he had with him were stocks of canned beans and corn flakes, but they quickly ran out. Therefore, in the next few weeks Dudzizh ate flies. "
Henderson also said that the hiker was found abandoned medical care.
"Of course, he was very hungry, but overall pretty good frame of mind," - said the police.
Dudzizh lost during a hike between the towns of Queensland Windorah and Jund. Police searched vicinity using helicopters and quad, but found no tourists.
According to Henderson, Dudzizh was going to continue his march and hoping to walk to the northern part of Australia.
"He said he will now go only on the main roads and not to climb into the jungle," - said Henderson.