- A man from Ireland travelled to South Africa to meet a person he had been talking to online for years
- However, the man, Stanley Currie, has disappeared and his family hasn't heard from him since he boarded his flight in Dublin on 28 December
- Stanley's family is afraid he has been scammed
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A family from abroad is looking for a man who travelled to South Africa to meet a woman. He has since disappeared.
The desperate family has been using social media to try and find the missing man, Stanley Currie, but to no avail.
They then turned to sapeople.com to spread awareness and hopefully find the missing man. He travelled to South Africa with a one-way ticket to Johannesburg and carried a lot of money with him.
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Stanley left from Dublin, Ireland on 28 December and his family hasn't heard from him since.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the 66-year-old has some health problems and suffers from depression.
The family is hoping South Africans will help the find Stanley because the Irish police are not being helpful.
Stanley is an adult and can do as he pleases, but his family is scared that he was scammed. According to his family, he had been speaking to the online woman for years before finally deciding to meet up with her.
The family only wants to know if Stanley is alright.
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Source: Briefly News