Royal Canadian Mounted Police discovered a foot inside a hiking boot, the latest in a series of shoe-clad feet found since 2007
Canadian police are investigating after a human foot washed up on the shores of British Columbia marking the 14th time since 2007 that tides have carried a shoe-clad foot on to the provinces coastline.
The latest grisly discovery was made on Gabriola Island in the strait of Georgia on Sunday, said the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. A man was walking along the beach just after noon when he came across what appeared to be a disarticulated foot inside a hiking boot. The boot had become lodged in a logjam, police said in a statement.