Mystery as Brit, 36, found dead in Bali swamp after sending haunting final message to fiancee

THE body of a British man has been discovered in a swamp in Indonesia shortly after sending a haunting final message to his fiancée.

Michael Andrew, 36, was found lying facedown by horrified locals near the Suwung landfill in Denpasar City, Bali on Sunday morning.

The Englishman's fiancée, 36-year-old Indah Prihartini, said Michael had gone to a nightclub in the beachfront area of Legian on Friday night.

He texted his fiancée shortly after midnight on Saturday saying he would be home soon.

But he never returned and what happened has remained a mystery.

South Denpasar Police Chief Kompol Gede Sudyatmaja, said: "At around 1:00 am, the victim sent a WhatsApp message to his girlfriend and said he was on his way home.

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"However, after waiting until the morning, the victim did not come home and was contacted by his cell phone, but it was not active."

The South Denpasar Police force suspect Michael died in a road accident and added that they are now investigating the British citizen's death.

Post-mortem examinations indicate Michael's injuries were caused by his motorcycle falling into the water.

When police officers arrived at the scene they were able to identify the body from his wallet.

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A driver's license, an ATM card, a room key, and some cash were found in the wallet.

The South Denpasar Police chief, Kompol Gede Sudyatmja said: "It is suspected that the victim was involved in an accident and fell into the swamp."

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