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||07-23-2009 08:46 PM
FAIL: Stole a Sailboat then starved to death on it
A couple who stole a yacht apparently starved to death after it was damaged in a storm.
The story of their slow, agonising death was detailed in a vivid diary found on board.
Sharon Arthurs-Chegini, 46, wrote: 'The lights are going out in my heart.
'We have not eaten for four weeks. I dream of my mum's steak and kidney pie, roast dinner and sausage and mash.'
An inquest in Truro, Cornwall, was told that the former interior designer and her lover Peter Clarke, 49, had enjoyed a 'champagne and cocaine' lifestyle beyond their means.
They stole the yacht, the Skipper VII, while they were on the run in Portugal after skipping bail for a previous boat theft from Mylor harbour in Cornwall.
Months later, the Skipper was found adrift off the coast of Senegal, West Africa, with their bodies on board.
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||07-24-2009 05:24 AM
"Did you remember to bring the food?"
"What food...I thought the yacht would have food?"
"Quick, look for a fishing pole!"
||07-24-2009 06:50 PM
Yes, this is the most major case of fail ever
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