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A father from Wigan is demanding answers about his son's death on holiday in Ibiza.
25-year-old Luke Rhoden was a rugby league player for both Oldham and Wigan Warriors, where he played for the same junior side as Sam Tomkins.
Luke was on a stag do and was reportedly arrested before dying in an ambulance a short time later.
Amy Welch reports.
The father of former rugby player from Wigan who died in Ibiza is calling for anyone who witnessed what happened to come forward.
Luke Rhoden, 25, fell from his hotel balcony and then died in an ambulance after a tussle with police in San Antonio.
Norman Rhoden says he is desperate for answers.
Wigan Warriors say they are saddened to hear of their death of former youth player Luke Rhoden.
The 25 year old died died after falling from a hotel balcony in Ibiza.
Luke went through the Club’s scholarship system and played for the Warriors academy in 2007 and 2008 before moving on to play semi-professionally at Oldham.
Speaking on behalf of the club, Kris Radlinski, Rugby General Manager said:
A former Wigan Warriors rugby player has died after falling from a hotel balcony in Ibiza.
Luke Rhoden, 25, died in an ambulance after a tussle with police in San Antonio.
The Mirror reports a police source claimed he had been acting strangely, running around the Ibiza Rocks Hotel saying people wanted to kill him, before jumping from a first floor room last night.
A Foreign Office spokesman said: “We can confirm the death of a British national in Ibiza on 3 September.
“We are providing consular assistance to the family at this difficult time.”