Saturday 6 August 2022 06:31 AM Mystery man known as 'The Gentleman' found off the German coast scientists ... trends now

Saturday 6 August 2022 06:31 AM Mystery man known as 'The Gentleman' found off the German coast scientists ... trends now
Saturday 6 August 2022 06:31 AM Mystery man known as 'The Gentleman' found  off the German coast scientists ... trends now

Saturday 6 August 2022 06:31 AM Mystery man known as 'The Gentleman' found off the German coast scientists ... trends now

Mystery man known as 'The Gentleman' found dead off the German coast 30 years ago was likely an Australian, scientists discover Perth scientists believe man known as 'The Gentleman' was Australian His body was found in 1994 floating in the North Sea off the coast of Germany The body was weighed down by cast iron cobbler's feet when discovered Murdoch university scientists uncovered he spent most of his life in Australia

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Perth scientists have breathed life into a decades-old German mystery of an unknown man's body found floating in the North Sea, using the adage 'you are what you eat' to discover he may be from Australia.

The man, dubbed 'The Gentleman' by investigators in 1994 after his body was found by police off the coast of the Helgoland, a German archipelago, was weighed down by cast iron cobbler's feet.

He earned The Gentleman nickname due to his smart clothing; a wool tie, British-made shoes, French-made trousers and a long-sleeve blue dress shirt.

Perth scientists believe the man known as 'The Gentleman' (pictured) was Australian. His body was found in 1994 floating in the North Sea off the coast of Germany weighed down by cast iron cobbler's feet

Perth scientists believe the man known as 'The Gentleman' (pictured) was Australian. His body was found in 1994 floating in the North Sea off the

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