55-year-old Ryan Nodd, from Phalaborwa, in South Africa’s Limpopo Province, was allegedly on his way to chase for the new trophy when he was shot by unknown perpetrators at point blank range.
Several South African news sites reports.
– Two hunting rifles, ammunition, clothes, water, whiskey and pajamas were found in the deceased’s car. Mawelering police spokesman, Mamfaswa Sibi, told South Africa it appeared he was on his way out to hunt. Maroela Media website.
The accident occurred on Wednesday, June 8 near Mokopan in Limpopo Province.
– a blow to the head
According to South Africa’s Heritage Protection Group (HPG), which fights crime in the country, Naude was shot in the head after stopping the car along the road to cool off the engine.
“According to eyewitnesses, a white Nissan pickup truck climbed next to the man’s car and shot him at close range,” a police spokesman said.
The 55-year-old was found lifeless on the ground next to the car when police arrived at the scene.
It is not known at this time what he will do after leaving the position.
– The motive for the killing is unknown at this stage of the investigation, said Sebi of the police.
According to the news site South Africa The police will not comment on whether they have made any arrests.
The site writes that Naude was part of the Pro Hunt Africa hunting team.
The message reads: “We are your African dream.” fishing team websitealong with an image of a man pointing with a weapon at an elephant.
On Naude’s Instagram and Facebook profile, he stands proudly with dead elephants, zebras, giraffes, and lions.
Within the numerous comment fields, hate messages are pouring in from people all over the world.
“Good to hear you’re dead, trash man,” one wrote on Instagram, while another suggested feeding the remains of the 55-year-old wildebeest.
Most of the fishermen are from the United States
Trophy hunting is hunting where the goal is not to get meat, but to make attractive prey and feel free to take care of all or part of it as a souvenir, he writes norske leksikon store (SNL).
The first hunting squads were created as early as the 1550s. During the 20th century, the fishing method was a tourist concept.
According to SNL, bounty hunting is currently taking place in countries all over the world, but it is South Africa that has built the largest industry. Most of them come from the United States – which annually imports ten times as much trophies as China, which ranks second.
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