A man has died after plunging from the top of Brighton's Grand Hotel.
The 26-year-old was rushed to the Royal Sussex County Hospital after falling at 11:30pm last night – but was pronounced dead on arrival.
Cops are not treating the death as suspicious.
He is understood to have fallen from an "upper floor" of the seafront hotel – scene of a 1984 IRA bombing that targeted then-PM Margret Thatcher.
Hotel manager Andrew Mosley said: "We were saddened to understand that a guest passed away on the property on Monday evening.
"Our thoughts are with his friends and family at this difficult time."
A Sussex Police spokesperson added: "Ambulance crews had already been alerted.
"We responded to reports of someone having fallen from an upper floor of the hotel.
“The casualty, a 26-year-old man, was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital.
“But he was sadly pronounced dead. There were no suspicious circumstances.
“The coroner’s office has been informed and they are continuing enquiries.”
The Grand Hotel is 155 years old and has 201 rooms across seven floors.
It was bombed by the IRA on October 12, 1984 in a bid to kill Thatcher during the Tory Party conference.
Five people died in the explosion and the hotel was completely renovated afterwards.
In 2017 the hotel was evacuated following a hoax bomb threat against the TUC conference.
Police said they received an anonymous phone call claiming there was an explosive at the venue.
It was promptly evacuated before an army bomb squad closed several roads.
Cops later dismissed the threat as a hoax.