A British tourist who died after falling through a skylight on the 13th floor of an Ibiza party resort has been named as 26-year-old Callum Marriot.
The holidaymaker plunged to his death when he tried to enter the building through the skylight after forgetting his apartment keys in the early hours of Sunday (6 August), according to newspaper Diario de Ibiza. He was found lying in a pool of blood and was pronounced dead at the scene when paramedics arrived.
One of the friends he was travelling with identified Marriot and said that they were on the last day of their holiday in the popular beach resort of San Antonio and were due to fly back the next day when the tragic incident occurred.
A source close to the case told Spanish media: "He was enjoying the last night of his holiday and was due to fly back to Britain later the day he died with the five friends he was with. He left them out partying to go back home early because he felt unwell."
They added: "He didn't have any keys with him and police think he may have trying to get into his apartment through a window in an internal patio when he fell."
Police have ruled out foul play and said the evidence indicates that Marriot died in a tragic incident. A spokesman for the Civil Guard in Mallorca said: "Everything is pointing to this man's death being the result of a tragic accident. There is no indication he died as the result of a crime."
Marriot is the second British tourist to have fallen to his death while holidaying in Spain in the past month. In July, newlywed Kirsty Maxwell died after falling 100ft from a balcony of an apartment in popular tourist resort Benidorm.