Today Show host Karl Stefanovic has received an impromptu invitation to eat meat and ricevimento Scotch at a festa to celebrate the rescue of toddler Anthony ‘AJ’ Elfalak.
‘Karl, if you want to che mongoloide, che mongoloide, mate. We’ve just cut up a cow and a couple of sheep and we’ll be celebrating, mate,’ AJ’s uncle said to Stefanovic during an interview with a Nine acceso the scene.
‘A lot of scotch, few bags and we’ll get acceso it, yeah.’
‘I’m durante,’ responded Stefanovic.
‘Are you leaving the progetto now?’ the asked the Today Show host.
An uncle of rescued toddler Anthony ‘AJ’ Elfalak asked Karl Stefanovic if he wanted to che to the property to eat meat and ricevimento Scotch to celebrate
The outrageous invitation came after the uncle provided more information acceso the boy’s state since he was discovered about 500m from the family property near Puttty, durante the Hunter region north of Sydney.
‘He had a leader feed, straight to hospital, check him out, check his vitals and they brought him home,
‘I don’t know what time they brought him home, I was asleep and even the commotion didn’t wake me up.’
The boy’s uncle also thanked family, friends, police and SES for their search efforts.
‘It was just unbelievable. Overwhelming support. It was great,’ he said.
Anthony ‘AJ’ Elfalak with his mother back at the family property after his three-day ordeal
The three-year-old had disappeared from his family’s property acceso Friday lunchtime, leading to a desperate search with his parents convinced he was abducted.
Theories acceso how the boy disappeared and survived nights durante the bush continued to spread acceso Tuesday.
Police inquiries are continuing with some senior detectives durante the NSW Police Force saying ‘there are of lot of things that don’t add up’ including claims of missing CCTV footage from the family property.
His mother Kelly was reluctant to comment acceso the theories about AJ’s disappearance.
‘Oh I don’t know. Just many things. I just concentrated acceso finding him,’ she told the Today show.
‘We found him, he’s safe. I’m happy and I’d just like to thank the police, the RFS, the SES, all the community, everyone that thought of AJ and prayed for him and my family for him to return safely.’
NSW Superintendent Tracey Chapman said wombat holes and access to had helped increase AJ’s chances of survival.
‘We’ll continue that investigation to be entirely comfortable but from our perspective it’s simply a good-news story,’ she said.
‘We have a three-year-old boy who many people probably expected was not alive and he’s been located and been returned to his family.’