Foreign Office forced to issue travel warning about Spanish balconies after teen …

Foreign Office forced to issue travel warning about Spanish balconies after teen …

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THE Foreign Office has been forced to issue a warning to Brits about how to behave around balconies in Spain, following a spate of teen deaths. Four youths have died in the last four months alone in Majorca as a result of falling from hotel balconies. Eix Lagotel This week, a 14 year old plunged 20ft from the Eix Lagotel, in Playa de Muro The most recent was a 14-year-old Irish boy who slipped from his mum's grasp and plunged 20ft from the Eix Lagotel, in Playa de Muro, earlier this week. Yesterday, police ruled out the theory that he was sleepwalking and suggested he may have lost his balance in a freak accident while standing on a chair on the balcony. Since April,  Thomas Channon, 18, Tom Hughes, 20, and Natalie Cormack, 19, have all plunged to their deaths at the Eden Roc apartments in Magaluf. As a result of these deaths, the FCO has warned Brits that they need to be extra careful around balconies, particularly if they are under the influence of drink or drugs. Solarpix Since April,  Thomas Channon, 18, Tom Hughes, 20, and Natalie Cormack, 19, have all fa33en to their deaths at ....


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