David James Jackson, who was travelling towards Papua New Guinea and armed with a crossbow, left a note before his failed mission saying ‘I’m not dead’

The British man who tried to flee Australia on a jetski while armed with a crossbow left a note on his abandoned four-wheel drive before his dash for freedom, telling people he was “not coming back”.

David James Jackson, 57, was arrested by police on Monday after travelling almost 150km (93 miles) across the Torres Strait in an apparent bid to flee Australia for Papua New Guinea.

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