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British Ski Instructor's Frozen Body Found In Austrian Mountain Hut

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Poor guy. RIP
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
luigi wrote:
Tragic and sad! No-one would be doing something like that if not compelled to by some unfortunate set of circumstances, be it bad weather, loss of income/previous accommodation, mental health issues, so only sympathy from me! RIP Sad

Me too
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
really tragic to read

It reminded me that last night around 2230 I went out to my tesco express and someone approached me as I was walking down the road, in a split second my mind knew he was safe to approach as if he was someone that wanted to ask directions, genuinely felt no need to keep my guard up. The guy wanted to introduce himself and he was timid, he didn't know how to tell me or what to ask, but then he just said it, that he had just become homeless and he didn't know what to do - you could tell he was in shock, you could see the confusion in his eyes, the disbelief - it also took me by surprise as I realised I didn't know what to do - he didn't want food or money, and I know there are the helplines and he had already rang them and was waiting for a call back. I went into tesco a minute later when I stepped out and processed it all he had vanished. It just really sat with me after, how much we take for granted, and that how fortunate we are to nearly all have friends and family, and hopefully the courage to reach out for help if ever needed.
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I know this is a bit morbid but some background on "Dave the Englishman" - link thanks to David Goldsmith

The Times is also running a story but it is behind a paywall. Apparently the whole village really has turned out for his funeral but they are having trouble tracing next of kin.
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