One of Britain’s Most Popular Doctors Found Dead After Going Missing For Days On Island

Dr. Michael Mosley and his wife

Source: Africa Publicity

Dr. Michael Mosley, a renowned British doctor and newspaper columnist with the Daily Mail, has been found dead after he went missing for five days while on holidays on an island.

Daily Mail first reported about his death in Greece.

Greek police are said to have confirmed today they found Dr. Mosley’s body after a five-day search on the Greek holiday island of Symi.

Dr. Mosley is well-known in the UK for popularizing the 5:2 diet. He made regular television appearances.

According to reports, he was with his friends at Agios Nikolaos beach on Wednesday, June 5, 2024 before going for a walk alone to the centre of the island.

Police believed Dr Mosley was seen on CCTV in the town of Pedi before making a wrong turn along a path heading north, on the island of Symi, according to Daily Mail.

The CCTV image of Dr. Michael Mosley

Reports say he was identified by his personal items and clothes when his body was found.

Dr. Mosley first wrote for the Mail in 2011 and since then, the paper has published hundreds of his weekly columns, says Ted Verity, the editor of Mail Newspapers, describing the late doctor as an “unmissable columnist” who “was part of the Mail family.”

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