A WEYMOUTH man has tragically died during a stag weekend in Budapest.
Paul Bush, from Westham, is believed to have been with a group celebrating the upcoming marriage of a friend from Weymouth.
Friends paid tribute to hugely popular Mr Bush.
The former Wey Valley and Weymouth College student was with several friends in the Hungarian capital.
The Foreign Office has confirmed that it has been informed of the death of a British national and is currently liaising with the consulate in Budapest to investigate the death.
A spokesman for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office said: “We are aware of the death of British national in Budapest, Hungary.
“We are in contact with the family and are providing consular assistance.”
It is believed that he died on Friday night. The cause of death is not clear at this stage.
It is believed that the group was due to travel back to the UK yesterday.
The city is a popular stag party destination with several companies offering organised weekends.
Friends took to social media to express their condolences for Mr Bush.
Here are just some of the comments.
“Such ... a lovely couple, my heart goes out to you darling. There is no words to make the pain less, but you all are loved so very much by so many. Here if you need anything.”
“Been thinking of you all day. Words are just not enough. Sending you as much love as we can.”
“Can't believe it. Shock doesn't even come close.”
“RIP Paul. Such a great bloke taken far too early.”
“Goodnight my friend, so gutted sleep well.”
“Total shock. Extremely sad news. RIP Paul.”
“R.I.P Paul you will be missed by so many you were like an older brother to me, wound me up protected me and was just a full on legend. “Me and the pirates boys are going to do you proud save me a seat up there gone but never forgotten.”
“I'm so, so sad to hear this news - much love and strength to everyone close to Paul.”
“They say that the best are always taken first. So sad and thinking of everyone associated with Paul. RIP.”
“In total shock cannot believe it rip Paul Bush.”
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