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Published Time: 09.06.2024 - 12:13:05 Modified Time: 09.06.2024 - 12:13:05

The mayor said that Mosley appeared to have fallen down a steep slope, stopping against a fence and lying face-up with a few rocks on top of it. Michael Mosley


She thanked the of the island of Symi, who she said worked tirelessly to find him.

“Some of these on the island, who hadn’t even heard of Michael, worked from dawn till dusk unasked,” she said. “My family and I have been hugely comforted by the outpouring of love from from around the world. It’s clear that Michael meant a huge amount to so many of you.”

Lefteris Papakalodoukas, the island's mayor, told The he was on the boat with members of the media representatives when they saw a body some 20 meters above the Agia Marina beach. “We zoomed with the cameras and saw it was him,” he said.

The mayor said that Mosley appeared to have fallen down a steep slope, stopping against a fence and lying face-up with a few rocks on top of it.

Mosley, 67, was well-known in Britain for his regular appearances on television and radio and his column in the Daily Mail newspaper. He was known outside the U.K. for his 2013 book “The Fast Diet,” which he co-authored with journalist Mimi Spencer. The book proposed the so-called “5:2 diet,” which promised to help lose weight quickly by minimizing their calorie intake two days a week while eating healthily on the other five.

He subsequently introduced a rapid weight loss program and made a number of films diet and exercise.

Demetris Nellas (athens, Greece), The

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