Tragedy as the body a missing young man, 25, is pulled from the water at Surfers Paradise 


The heartbroken family members of a lacking man whose human body was uncovered on a well-known Gold Coastline seashore on Monday morning have spoken of their shock and grief. 

Alvin Prasad, 25, went missing in the early several hours of Sunday, December 20, just after likely for a swim at 2.30am with two mates immediately after a Xmas party. 

His lifeless physique was pulled from the drinking water at Mermaid Beach by lifeguards at 9:15am on Monday, far more than a day right after he went lacking in rough surf. 

The body of hospital worker Alvin Prasad (pictured), 25, was found at Mermaid Beach, Surfers Paradise on Monday morning. His grief-stricken family have told of their shock on Facebook

The body of medical center employee Alvin Prasad (pictured), 25, was located at Mermaid Beach front, Surfers Paradise on Monday early morning. His grief-stricken family members have told of their shock on Facebook

Shattered spouse and children and good friends took to social media in shock and grief as they identified out what had took place to the well-known younger Queensland hospital worker.

‘Rest In Peace my brother,’ wrote family members member, Raimond Prasad.

‘Please notify me this is a desire, I appreciate you so substantially would like it did not have to be this way.’

Mr Prasad wrote of how Alvin would be skipped by so many persons who realized him.

‘I am just speechless, I don’t know what to do, we will always be imagining of you, our hearts are shattered, miss you brother.’

Mr Prasad went for a night swim with his coworkers at 2.30am on Sunday but never returned to shore. Pictured: emergency services at Surfers Paradise on Sunday

Mr Prasad went for a evening swim with his coworkers at 2.30am on Sunday but never returned to shore. Pictured: crisis products and services at Surfers Paradise on Sunday

Scores of good friends quickly took to Facebook to provide their condolences for the reduction of a much-beloved, lively young guy.

‘He has been taken way as well shortly,’ wrote a single.

‘Such an wonderful male and touched so numerous people’s lives. This is devastating news. I genuinely won’t be able to believe that it. Wondering of you all.’

Yet another wrote of how tragic it was for Alvin to be taken when he was only 25 and had his complete lifestyle in advance of him.    

‘I understood of Alvin by means of get the job done colleagues and family and pals,’ the man wrote.

‘And (I) was thrilled for Alvin next the current celebration of his new career with Amazon. Alvin had a terrific perception of humour, and was equally really regarded by so several for his pleasant humanistic, and charismatic nature.’ 

One more remembered how good he was to know as a friend.

‘Alvin was the most attractive, genuine & sort hearted person,’ she wrote.

Police notified Mr Prasad's shocked and grief-stricken family who then had to identify his body

Police notified Mr Prasad’s stunned and grief-stricken relatives who then experienced to recognize his overall body

Mr Prasad’s relations had been called and have formally determined his physique.

The 25-12 months-old gentleman had gone for a night time swim with two of his workmates after their Xmas office social gathering, getting into the waters at the Esplanade in Surfer’s Paradise, Queensland, at 2.30am on Sunday. 

The surf situations ended up rough, forcing two of the people today, a person and a girl, to return to shore.

The female was unhurt although the person was dealt with by paramedics on the seashore for breathing troubles. 

It was only then, just after returning to shore, that they realised their friend never manufactured it again with them.

The pair known as emergency solutions and water police, Volunteer Maritime Rescue and Rescue 500 ended up deployed to search for the gentleman. 

The new storms influenced the visibility of the water, making the look for for Mr Prasad’s physique tougher. 

Heavy rains made the search for Mr Prasad harder, reducing the visibility of the water. Pictured: air ambulances circling on Sunday morning

Large rains designed the search for Mr Prasad more challenging, decreasing the visibility of the drinking water. Pictured: air ambulances circling on Sunday early morning

On Sunday, Gold Coastline Chief Superintendent Mark Wheeler explained Queensland Police held ‘grave’ considerations for the basic safety and effectively-becoming of Mr Prasad. 

‘The h2o was tough, the northerly sweeping by way of, and the ailments really were not established up for swimming, significantly at evening. So we do maintain fears for that male,’ he claimed. 

‘We sympathise with his spouse and children and good friends. It really is a seriously difficult period of time not understanding what is actually transpired.’ 

Though Superintendent Wheeler initially reported four men and women had entered the tough waters, Queensland Police Media has confirmed that it was only 3. 

Alvin Prasad has been remembered and described by his good friend Diana Kola, as ‘one of the most incredible fellas ever’.

‘He truly did not deserve this,’ she reported. 

'One of the most amazing guys ever': Alvin Prasad (right) is remembered by friends and family

‘One of the most remarkable men ever’: Alvin Prasad (correct) is remembered by pals and family


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