What was meant to be a simple day out catching crabs ended in a grisly discovery for a group of friends out at Pulau Ubin on Wednesday.
According to local Chinese daily Lianhe Wanbao, they first noticed a decomposed body lying on the rocks at the water’s edge about noon.
After calling the police, an eyewitness was leading the cops to the dead body when to his horror, he spotted a metre-long monitor lizard feeding off the corpse.
The dead man was described to be in his 50s or 60s, and wore a white shirt with shorts. The body was facing upwards when the witnesses spotted him.
The paper stated that the man has yet to be identified, and the case is under investigation.
The last dead body found this year was merely two weeks ago when the corpse surfaced from the waters near Changi Ferry Terminal. A police spokesperson said that the body is believed to be that of the man missing from a Pulau Ubin-bound boat.
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