A British man who plunged to his death from a Marbella hotel balcony in a horror fall that also killed a kickboxer on the ground below has been pictured.
Tony Holmes plummeted from the seventh floor and landed on tragic kickboxer Antonio Gonzalez, 43, also killing him.
Loved ones of 49-year-old Tony - affectionately known as Bones - have today spoken of their loss as he was pictured publicly for the first time.
Tony’s mother Audrery, 65, of South Shields, Tyne and Wear, said she and his dad - also called Tony - were “heartbroken”.
She added: “I have so many questions I want answered.
“We don’t want to talk about it to anybody at the moment because we’ve got no answers, we’ve only got questions.”
Asked if Tony, of Newcastle was in Marbella for a holiday, she added: “I don’t know.
“I couldn’t even tell you that because he didn’t live at home, it’s all come as such a shock.”
He plummeted from Marbella’s five-star Gran Melia Don Pepe hotel at about 2am on Saturday.
Mr Gonzales – who ran a nearby gym – was reportedly enjoying drinks with his wife and friends when Tony landed on him, both men died instantly.
Tony’s daughter Chantelle said: “Dad I don’t even know what to say, no words can describe how I feel right now.
“But I’ll make sure my kids no all about you and how much you were loved by us and everyone around you.
“Rest easy and always remember how much I love you.”
His daughter Chloe said: “Never take anything for granted.
“You are a king and you will forever be my best friend and my absolute inspiration. I am so lost. I refuse to accept it.
“I know you've grown your wings now I just want to see you.
“Please be looking down because it's time to make you proud now and trust me I'll do that for you. Can't believe I'm writing this.”
Niece Shauna Ruane Holmes added: “Words cannot express the sadness that comes along with your loss and no one could’ve prepared our family for such news!
“The pain everyone feels is surreal and hearing the weeps of our loved ones is heartbreaking. No son should ever pass before his parents and your children shouldn’t have to say goodbye so soon.
“You will forever be remembered for the funny, wild and wonderful person you’ve always been! Always the atmosphere of every party and such an annoying wind up!
“Finding the right words is difficult. It’s going to take a long time before everyone starts to heal! You’ve always been such an impressionable character!"
Antonio’s friend Iván – who worked as a kickboxer in a different gym – said: “Sometimes life takes people who deserve it the least, for the dumbest, most unrealistic circumstance.
“Antonio, owner of Brooklyn fitboxing Marbella and friend for three years, has left us this morning at cause of the irresponsibility of a British citizen spending his vacation in Marbella.
“Just by the f***ing coincidence of being in the most inopportune moment.
"My condolences, hug huge and all the strength for his family, a great man, close with his clients, family.
“RIP friend. Marbella will not forget you,”