Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has asked the country's security services to prepare a comprehensive report on three Spanish divers who were rescued from the sea near the port of Gdansk over the weekend.
Having conquered his childhood fear of water, trucker Tomek Gazda now uses his free time to swim in crocodile and shark-infested waters.
DNA tests have identified the body of the missing diver. His colleagues are now facing prosecution for perjury, failure to help and for causing unintentional death.
The grim discovery was made as divers carried out routine photo and video documentation for the Gdynia Maritime Office. But it now emerges that French military divers also found the body one day EARLIER whilst illegally exploring the wreck.
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