A Toronto man, missing for five years and feared dead, is now back home after being discovered wandering on a highway in Brazil.
Anton Pilipa, 39, who was last seen in Scarborough in 2012, flew back to Toronto Monday morning with his brother Stefan after being released from a hospital in the northern Brazilian city of Manaus. 
Stefan Pilipa told CBC Toronto he believes his brother — who had lived in Toronto, Montreal and British Columbia before disappearing — had mental health problems when he went missing. 
He believes Anton, whom he describes as an anti-poverty activist, got to Brazil at least part of the way by walking, sometimes with no shoes, as well as hitchhiking and hiding in the back of transport trucks.
The family had no idea where Anton was until late December, when they were notified that he had been picked up by Brazilian state police.
For the Pilipa family, it marked the end of a half decade of pain and worry. 
“I found …