A surfer walks into the ocean in the waters of La Pared Beach in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in Luquillo, on September 7, 2017. AFP / Ricardo ARDUENGO
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Fake Brazilian warzone 'photographer' duped BBCHe went by the name Eduardo Martins and portrayed himself as a Brazilian war photographer who worked for the U.N., liked to help people and who had a fondness for surfing.Martins sold pictures from war zones but also found time to teach children in Gaza to surf, said Costa Netto, who added he has received many messages from people who had also fallen for the fake photographer's schtick.The last time Costa Netto contacted Martins was the day after another reporter told him it might all be a scam.
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