Father-of-four tourist is found DIED in Magaluf street near a strip resort

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An Irish tourist died in the middle of a Magaluf street Monday

Investigations gathered say he ‘may have been run over’ before he collapsed.

WHAT EVIDENCES SAY

Michael Grant, 45, a father-of-four from Waterford was found to have leg injuries consistent with having been hit by a car as well as mystery bite marks on his arm and shoulder in an initial pre-autopsy examination. 

WHERE HE WAS FOUND

The physiotherapist also had a deep wound with glass inside, after being found unresponsive close to the resort’s notorious Punta Bellena strip that is packed with late-night bars, nightclubs, and lap dancing joints at about 4.30am on Monday.  

Investigators are now waiting on the results of a full autopsy due to take place later today to see if it confirms initial suspicions the holidaymaker suffered a heart attack after a heavy day’s partying or points to his shock death being linked to something more sinister.

HE ‘LOST’ HIS FAMILY

Mr Grant, who was on holiday with his wife Leanne and at least two of their four children and other families from Ireland, was staying at the Sol Katmandu Park and Resort before his tragic death.

He had reportedly taken a wrong turn and become separated from other members of his group after spending the afternoon drinking by his hotel pool before going out partying.

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THE LAST HOURS OF HIS DEATH

A source close to the ongoing inquiry said: ‘The initial suggestion was that this man’s death could have been linked to what he had consumed before he died.

‘But a prior examination of his body ahead of the full autopsy has thrown up some surprises and given investigators cause for concern.

‘Injuries on Mr Grant’s leg are consistent with him being run over by a car.

‘They don’t appear on the face of it to be life-threatening but they have opened up the possibility his death might not be an accident.

‘The investigators don’t know at the moment if the bite marks are connected’.

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