A Scottish boxer has died in Thailand of suspected heatstroke.
Jordan Coe, who was 20 years old, was wearing a heavy tracksuit when his body was discovered.
It is believed he was trying to reach a certain weight for a professional fight.
Mr Coe, who was from Maddiston in Falkirk, was a professional Muay Thai boxer and used to train at a gym in Glasgow.
He had been scheduled to fight a Cambodian boxer in the Muang district on Sunday night, and was expected to return to Scotland in the summer.
Craig Floan, his coach at the Glasgow Thai Boxing Academy, said: “He moved to Thailand to chase his dream of becoming a professional after being with me for three-and-a-half years.
“We’ve set up a fundraiser for him and I’m now trying to help raise enough money to bring him home.”
More than £15,000 has been raised for Mr Coe’s family so far – and the boxer has been described as “the most loveable, likeable, caring, enthusiastic young man you will ever have come across”.
A Foreign Office spokeswoman said assistance is being provided to Mr Coe’s family.