YOU COULD BE NEXT; Turkish cameraman killed in Dominican Republic

The family of young Turkish cameraman, who was killed in Dominican Republic on June 27, is mourning the loss.

Alper Baycin, the 24-year-old cameraman for the Turkish version of Survivor reality show, was stabbed to death by two robbers in the town of Las Terrenas.

Ahmet Baycin, his father, told Anadolu Agency at his residence in southern Antalya province that his son was in Dominican Republic to follow his dreams.

"They stabbed my son as he refused to give his bag. He wanted to become a director," the devastated father said.

Acun Ilicali, host and producer of the show, also expressed his grief on social media and condemned the “heinous attack."

"Words can’t describe our pain and sorrow. May heaven be your home, my brother,” Ilicali said in a tweet.

Pics below from Turkish media:

Typical shit-for-brains native of the "Monkey Island" named Dominican Republic!!!

 Click on image to enlerge. Go to Turkish website for more pics.

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