A BRIT who spent six days trapped in a well after being chased by a dog has been rescued on the Indonesian resort island of Bali.
Jacob Roberts, 29, is believed to have fallen into the 13ft well at a disused water reservoir near Petjatu after being chased by the animal.
A rescue team lifted him from the concrete pit after a farmer in Pecatu village raised the alarm.
Local search and rescue chief Gede Darmada said: “Jacob’s calls for help were heard by a local who was going to feed his cows.”
Roberts broke his leg when he stumbled into the near-empty reservoir. He told authorities he had been trying to evade a dog that chased him through the village.
He was trapped for six days without food or water.
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South Kuta police chief Yusak Agustinus Sooai said: “He looked thin and injured.
“The victim claimed to have been trapped there about six days before an evacuation was carried out by the Basarnas team on Saturday.”