A female, 29, has drowned and a British male is feared dead after the set went missing in rough seas after a late night swim at a popular beach on the Gold Coast.
The man, comprehended to have actually gone skinny dipping, was seen entering the surf with the woman at Kurrawa Beach in Broadbeach around 9.20 pm on Thursday night.
But simply an hour later, locals found the body of the woman, believed to be a Victorian on vacation, near Kurrawa Surf Club and called an ambulance.
Horrified walkers identified her body, which remained in a swimsuit in the water and dragged her to coast.
Witnesses and paramedics desperately tried to revive the female but she died at the scene.
The British male, who lives locally and whose car was found at the scene with a ‘Get Naked Australia’ sticker on it, is yet to be found.
His clothing were likewise found on the beach.
An indication warning beachgoers not to swim was seen at Kurrawa Beach on the Gold Coast on Friday (imagined) with a female, 29, dead and a British male likewise feared to have drowned
Rescuers are seen searching the location on Friday morning (envisioned) after the 2 swimmers went missing out on in ‘horrendous’ conditions. The lady’s body later on washed up on the sand
CCTV cams at the browse club revealed the woman and a man earlier going into the water together for a late-night swim.
‘ We don’t anticipate to discover anybody alive,’ Acting Inspector John Diggle informed the Courier Mail.
‘ Due to the fact that we’ve got Rescue 500 and water cops in the area, they do a fantastic job.
‘ They’ll discover it (the body).’.
He said the conditions were ‘appalling’ with huge swells of up to 1.8 metres.
The search for the missing man resumed on Friday early morning with aerial support and workers searching the beach.
The female’s unresponsive body was found near Kurrawa surf club (visualized).
A report will be gotten ready for the coroner in relation to the female’s death.
A hazardous surf caution remains in location for much of Queensland’s south-east, including the Gold Coast.
‘ Browse and swell conditions expected to be harmful for seaside activities such as rock fishing, boating, swimming & surfing for Fraser Island Coast, Sunshine Coast Waters & Gold Coast Waters,’ the Bureau of Meteorology tweeted.
The search (visualized) continued Friday early morning for a male – now presumed dead – who went missing out on in the browse on the Gold Coast