'Best Job' winner stung by dangerous jellyfish

In this undated hand out picture supplied by Queensland Tourism, Ben Southall, 34, poses on Daydream Island in Queensland, Australia. Southall, a bungee jumping, ostrich-riding British charity worker was on Wednesday, May 6, 2009 named the winner of what's been dubbed the "Best Job in the World" , a 150,000 Australian dollar ($111,000) contract to serve as the caretaker of a tropical Australian island. (AP Photo/Queensland Tourism, Eddie Safarik, HO) (AP Photo/Queensland Tourism, Eddie Safarik, HO)

December 30, 2009 5:51:59 AM PST
Trouble struck paradise this week when a British man who has the "Best Job in the World" as the caretaker of a tropical Australian island was stung by a potentially lethal jellyfish.

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