A Brit tourist has died after he was “attacked” in Magaluf.
A Northern Irishman has died whilst on holiday on the isle of Majorca in Magaluf,
The young man, named locally as Aaron Henderson from the Coleraine area, passed away in hospital on Monday.
The Belfast Telegraph cite reports from Spain which claim that he died after suffering serious head injuries, although the cause of death has not yet been confirmed.
Tributes have flooded in over the past 24 hours and Mr Henderson’s close family and friends have taken to social media to post their touching tributes to the popular young man.
In an emotional Facebook post shared yesterday evening, Mr Henderson’s partner Danielle Baxster said: ‘I love you always and forever … uve made me the happiest I’ve ever been in my entire life. . Life is cruel.. Love and miss you always. . My babes xxxxxxxx’
DUP East Derry MLA Maurice Bradley also paid tribute to Mr Henderson, telling Causeway Coast Community News: “This is devastating news.
“Aaron was a well-known young man, a keen Coleraine fan, he was well liked by his peers and known by customers to the family business.
“My thoughts go to Aaron’s partner and his entire family circle.”
Meanwhile, an Irish tourist was rushed to hospital yesterday with severe head injuries after plunging from a hotel balcony in the Algarve holiday resort of Albufeira.
The alert was sounded just after 5am on Monday morning when the man, named locally as Leonard Gargan, plunged from the third floor at the Hotel Brisa Sol.
The 33-year-old man, who is believed to have been on holiday with his parents and his wife, was assisted by firefighters and paramedics before being taken to hospital in the nearby city of Faro.