Cam Faust and Kev Joiner, one fine day, had decided to go out with their small boat, a dinghy, to fish for crabs in the mangroves. These are things that friends do in Australia. At one point, however, they came across quite another type of "fish". The two fishermen saw a man, fugitive, completely naked, hanging from the branch of a tree. The man said his name was Luke Voskresensky and begged for their help.
He explained that he lost his clothes. He was covered in scratches, mud, and he was skinny as a nail. In fact, he confessed that for four days he had eaten nothing but snails. The two fisherman friends, visibly impressed, wondered how the hell man could have survived so long. Those waters were infested with fearsome crocodiles, and he was only one meter from the surface of the water.
The fishermen compassionate towards the naked fugitive
Despite some understandable hesitation, Faust and Joiner eventually welcomed Voskresensky on board. The first commodity they gave the poor fellow was a beer. “It just seemed like he needed it,” Faust commented. They then took the fugitive to the hospital, where he received the necessary treatment to improve his miserable state.
Only then did the two fisherman friends discover that the one they had saved, naked as a worm, was in effect a fugitive. He was under house arrest for armed robbery and other charges. He got rid of the electronic device they had put on him to monitor him and ran away. With the conclusion that we know. However, Faust did not regret saving him and returned to see him in the hospital. After all, hanging completely naked waving pudenda in the face of crocodiles could be considered a sufficient punishment for any crime.