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A trainee solicitor-cum-Crocodile Dundee adventurer has given new hope to those wanting to opt out of the law.
Twenty four-year-old Abigail Wilkinson of Solihull gave up her traineeship at a Birmingham firm where she aimed to specialise in EU law, because she found it "boring".
Wilkinson then went backpacking in the Australian outback, fell overboard while canoeing through a crocodile-infested swamp and was dragged out by cattle rancher, David Wielders, who she married four months later.