Taras Mulik Biography — Wiki
Taras Mulik was a famous Australian surfer who was reportedly discovered lying deceased under some stairs leading to Suluban Beach, South Kuta on Sunday morning, local authorities said. He has been found dead on a popular surf beach in Bali.
The father-of-two was bleeding from the mouth and his chest was blue when he was found but the cause of his death is not yet known.
Taras Mulik Age
Taras Mulik was 50 years old at the time of death.
Obituary: Taras Mulik Death and Cause of Death
Mr. Taras Mulik is believed to have been from Perth but had been living in Bali for most of the past decade.
His body was discovered near Single Fin, a popular spot for tourists in Bali and Uluwatu, a world-famous surf break. Pecatu Beach lifeguard supervisor, Wayan Somer, told AAP the Australian was found by a surfer heading to surf about 8.30 am on Sunday.
‘We immediately coordinated with the village’s COVID task force and police. The victim was evacuated by lifeguards and the team and taken to hospital,’ Wayan said. ‘We knew the victim… he rents a house not far from the area.’
Wayan said he did not know the cause of death, saying the man was bleeding from the mouth and his chest was blue. A local, Imam Wahyudi, said he had recognized the man as someone he knew from the area.
What we know so far about Taras Mulik
Mr. Taras Mulik’s death sent shockwaves through the close-knit local surfing community.
‘We awoke to the sound of sirens. I went down the beach and heard the grim news,’ one man posted on Facebook.
‘He was a real gentleman and he will be sadly missed here on the Bukit (Peninsula).’
Friends of Mr. Mulik took to social media to pay tribute to the beloved surfer.
‘You were not just a friend, you were more like a brother to me,’ one person wrote.
Another posted: ‘Rage in paradise Taras Mulik. Gone too soon, great memories of ya mate’.
‘Taras Mulik you absolute legend… you gave everybody a room or your shirt off your back… you’re going to be sadly missed,’ read another tribute.
Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said in a statement it was providing consular assistance to the family of an Australian man who died in Bali.