In 2014 a British tourist posted a video on Facebook of a friend risking his life and injury to others by jumping from the roof of a hotel into its swimming pool. Tourists could be heard screaming as they tried to get out of his way. He is thought to.
The man, understood to be Robert Gillespie, from Larbert in central Scotland, died on Saturday. Local media reports in Spain said his death was being investigated. It is thought he fell from a fifth-floor balcony at the Piscis Park hotel in San Antonio.
ROBERT Gillespie was staying in the two-star Piscis Park Hotel in San Antonio - the same complex where a British holidaymaker was filmed last summer jumping from the roof into the pool as part of a dare. A SCOTS tourist has died after an apparent fall from.
The 32-year-old, thought to be from the Newcastle area, was found by a friend in his second floor room at the Piscis Park Hotel in San Antonio , Ibiza . A doctor from a nearby private clinic arrived within minutes, but said the victim did not have a pulse.
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The incident is sad to have happened at the Piscis Park Hotel in the party resort of San Antonio in the early hours of this morning. He is feared to have suffered life-changing spinal cord injuries which could affect his chances of walking again.
The hotel is now called Hotel Piscis but in 2015 was known as Hotel Piscis Park . A well-placed source said this morning morning: “The Irishman hurt at a hotel in San Antonio early on Friday remains critical in the intensive care unit of Son Espases.
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He was found between the hotel Piscis Park and the bus station in the popular resort of San Antonio . Officers had to restrain him with handcuffs before putting him into an ambulance and taking him to hospital. Police suspected he had taken Flakka which .
A British man partying with pals on a stag do has died after falling from a hotel balcony on the Ibizan resort of San Antonio. Robert Gillespie, 26, had checked in to a fifth-floor room in the two-star Piscis Park Hotel and had been partying with up to 20.
resort of San Antonio in the early hours of this morning. He is feared to have suffered life-changing spinal cord injuries which could affect his chances of walking again. It is understood he may have hurt himself after plunging from the first.
The two-week trial will see British bobbies patrolling Magaluf for a week before moving on to neighbouring Ibiza . Simon Manley, the UK's ambassador to Spain said: “The presence of UK police officers will help to remind British holidaymakers of the .
A British man has died whilst on holiday in Ibiza ... in central Scotland, died on Saturday. Local media reports in Spain said his death was being investigated. It is thought he fell from a fifth-floor balcony at the Piscis Park hotel in San Antonio.