The family of a teenager, whose body was recovered in Weymouth harbour after a night out, has spoken of the dangers of drinking near water.
Louis Harris, from Dorchester, lost his life after he went missing in February after a night out with friends. His body was discovered four weeks later.
Louis’ parents, Holly and Graham Harris, described the last nine months as a terrible journey but still had many fond memories of their son: "Louis was a very, very lively sort of lad. A great sense of humour, known as a bit of a prankster at school. A fun-loving, homely lad."
Now, they're sharing his story to raise awareness of the "lethal combination" of being on your own near deep water after drinking alcohol.
- Watch the full report by our reporter Duncan Sleightholme
Holly and Graham Harris are supporting a campaign by The Royal Life Saving Society UK which is set to reach more people than ever with its vital Don’t Drink and Drown message.