A British medical student killed in Borneo has been described as a "totally nice guy".
Neil Dalton and Aidan Brunger, who were in their fourth year studying medicine at Newcastle University, were stabbed to death on the island following a row in a bar.
Mr Dalton's neighbour - who nicknamed the 22-year-old "Dr Biscuit because of his ginger hair and medical studies - said he was a "bright, self-motivated man".
"I'm totally shocked at the news. He was just a lovely boy. Totally self-motivated. Always jogging and studying," the 50-year-old, whose daughter went to school with the victim, said.
"I think he'd always wanted to do medicine. He was always studying.
"It's just such a shock. He was just a totally nice guy. He wasn't gregarious, just a fun, genuine guy," she added.
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