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Melbourne Tennis Coach Paul Arber Missing Body was Found

Melbourne tennis coach Paul Arber missing body was found in a New Zealand stream this morning, according to his friend.

Arber’s friend Mark Sheppard said that the gentleman is wearing dark shorts, and he’s been absent 4 days. “There’s truly very little question. It’s 100 for every penny.” Melbourne tennis coach Paul Arber

He said, it is the most very terrible plausibility but he suppose they have been advancing themselves to it because as far back as 4 days that it could’ve been a chance for sure, they can’t say they were shocked.

The New Zealand Herald reported, the Waikato police agent Andrew Mcalley confirmed that the body was discovered in the Waikato River soon after 7.30am, which is 5.30am Melbourne time, within Hamilton North.

A schoolgirl paddling team was heard shouting after they impacted the body.

“I thought one of them had fallen out of the boat but then I heard one of them yell out ‘Oh my god I’ve hit him, I’ve hit him”,” she said.

The dead body of Mr Aber was floating quickly down the river.

Police agent Mcalley said a proper identification would be completed today.

Paul Arber was last seen by a couple who persuaded him to get out from the Waikato River around the 4am on Sunday after he neglected to come back from supper to his team in Hamilton East on Saturday night.

Paul Arber, 38, was last seen by a couple who coaxed him out of the Waikato River about 4am on Sunday after he failed to retur      n from dinner to his group in Hamilton East on Saturday night.

The Australian tennis tour group, with the parents of Mr Arber, Richelle and Sam Arber, held a ceremony on the river banks close where the body was discovered.

Mr Arber was in a “peaceful and happy” condition when he go to the river, Mr Sheppard said.

He also added that, “Paul was getting in touch with nature, it was 4am, he’s really gone into that stream to have a swim.”

What happened to Melbourne tennis coach Paul Arber was 100 per cent an accident, said Mr Sheppard. He has not been in the mental temper to discover the dangers or foul play of the river.

Parent’s of Mr Arber were grateful for everyone’s assistance.

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Title: Melbourne Tennis Coach Paul Arber Missing Body was Found
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Summary: They believed that what happened to Melbourne tennis coach Paul Arber was 100 percent accident.
Description: Melbourne tennis coach Paul Arber missing body was found in a New Zealand river this morning.