British explorer who went missing in Papua New Guinea says he only accepted offer of airlift to safety for sake of his family

The British explorer Benedict Allen, who went missing in Papua New Guinea, has said he didn’t need rescuing last week and was not lost.

In his first broadcast interview since he was airlifted to safety, in a helicopter paid for by the Daily Mail, Allen claimed he only accepted the offer for the sake of his family, who were worried after he failed to meet a planned flight out of the area earlier in the week.

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