Australian chef, 52, dies while surfing alone | Breaking News US/Australia
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★More News Channel - Entertainment Video►► http://bit.ly/2zUac3v An Australian chef has died while surfing alone after complaining to friends about a sore shoulder.Andrew Wiseman, 52, drowned off Lombok island near Bali where he lived and worked.He was surfing at Tanjung Aan beach when he got into difficulty on Sunday. Another Australian brought him to shore by boat but was unable to revive him. Lombok Tengah Police chief Kholilur Rochman said: 'It is believed that the victim died when he was surfing because he was unwell. Before going to surf he had told witnesses that he felt pain in his left shoulder.'Mr Wiseman's brother Steven, who runs a villa in Lombok, has asked for the body to be cremated on the island. He posted a picture of him and his brother together on Facebook with the caption: 'Will always Love you Andy, you still make me smile.'Dozens of friends commented on the post offering their support. Chris Platt wrote: 'So sorry to hear about Andy I'm a bit numb at the moment hope you and all the family are doing alright.' A resort on the island paid tribute to Mr Wiseman on its Facebook page. The post by Jivana Resort Kuta read: 'Beautiful memories silently kept of the one that we loved and that memories becomes a treasure. Andrew Wiseman - March 18, 2018.'The surf at Tanjung Aan beach is considered to be fairly gentle and suitable for beginners.Daily Mail Australia has contacted the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade for comment.