‘I was not going to let the sun bathe alone’: Family of missing Perth man on ‘life-changing’ trip to Europe

Posted October 09, 2018 06:07:20 A family of five who went on a life-changing trip to the European Union have posted a heartbreaking Facebook video of them arriving in Brussels on their honeymoon.

Key points:A family of six posted a video of themselves in Brussels last monthSunbathing sunbatheers in the family’s backyard were shocked when they saw a group of young men approach themSunbathe on their own: The group was “very friendly” but they were “really nervous”Sunbathes for sunbaths in their backyard: “We had to tell them, ‘we’re not doing it alone, we’re not going alone,'” the video’s caption reads.

The family of eight from the northern city of Perth, WA, said they were not worried at all about their safety, but were very nervous about what would happen to them.

“It’s just a really scary situation.

You know what?

It’s not going very well,” Sunbathing Sunbatheer Erin Rafferty told ABC Perth.”

There’s so many different people.

We’re really just going to have to make do.

We just have to be aware of what’s going on, and we’re going to do it on our own.”

The family said the group approached them in a park in the Belgian city’s Bekalb neighborhood, where a beach is located.

“They were very friendly, and it’s just one of those things, but they are very nervous,” she said.

“We had our hands on our heads, and they were so respectful.

I’m sure they’re going back to Belgium now.”

The group of men were about five metres away from the family, who were in a group with about eight others.

“The sunbathes were really, really close,” Ms Rafferte said.

“There was a small group of us, but there was a very big group that was there and we were not allowed to get near them.

We weren’t allowed to look up, we weren’t able to talk to them, and there was no sign of them.

They were just in front of us.”

Ms Rafferts husband, Patrick Raffertt, said the family were just “trying to keep it as normal as we can”.

“We’re not really worried, and I think we’re safe and we just have a couple of people in our group to help us,” he said.

Mr Raffert said he was not sure what would have happened if they had not intervened.

“If it was my wife, we wouldn’t be where we are now,” he told ABC News.

“She was just trying to be a good sport.

There’s a big group of people, but it’s like two to three of us,” Ms Pritchard added.”

It’s not their fault’Sunbatchers are often targeted by gangs in Belgium and Belgium’s neighbour, the Netherlands, for their bathing style, although the family say they have not experienced any attacks.””

We just want to keep them safe and have fun.”‘

It’s not their fault’Sunbatchers are often targeted by gangs in Belgium and Belgium’s neighbour, the Netherlands, for their bathing style, although the family say they have not experienced any attacks.

“I don’t know what they’re thinking, but I know we’re a group that loves our freedom,” Ms Tarnopolsky said.

Ms Tarnopsky said her husband was not afraid to swim in the water, despite her husband’s reluctance.

“When you’re young and you want to go for a swim, you don’t care about the safety,” she told the ABC.

“That’s why I don’t get scared at all, I don