The grieving family of a 23-year-old British man who died in Cyprus is demanding answers over what they call the mysterious circumstances of the young man's death.
Daniel Brewster, from Coalville in Leicestershire was found unconscious outside a private clinic in Paralimni on June 21 following a pre-wedding celebration night out with friends.
Speaking to the British media yesterday, his uncle, David Luther, 49, said he had hired a Cypriot lawyer and interpreter to work on the family's behalf to gather information about his nephew's death.
According to Luther, Daniel had no reason to be where he was found.
"It was half a mile from where he was last seen by friends and about five miles from the hotel he was staying in. He was found with a heavy 5ft concrete flower pot on top of him and as there were no witnesses to the actual incident that we are aware of we have no idea how it happened."
Luther added that a number of people have spoken to the family to infer there was more to his nephew's death than a straightforward accident.
An inquest into Brewster's death was opened in Cyprus and has been adjourned until the end of next month.
A local police spokesperson at the time said it appeared Brewster had attempted to climb up to the balcony of a private clinic and accidentally pulled down a concrete planter which fell on him.
He suffered severe head injuries and spent two weeks in a coma at Paralimni hospital before passing away.