A British expatriate who was fatally injured after he thought the 'Turkish mafia' was chasing him has died after jumping out of a hospital window in Turkey.
British expatriate jumps to his death after he thought the Turkish mafia were after him
A British expatriate who feared the 'Turkish mafia' was chasing him has died after jumping out of a hospital window in Turkey.
William Wallace, 35, was travelling in a taxi on his way to the airport in Izmir for his flight home to Scotland when he jumped out of the vehicle and broke his leg.
Mr Wallace jr. was taken to a hospital, where he made a panicked phone call, telling his father that he thought he was being pursued by the Turkish mafia. He subsquently jumped out of the window.
He was “absolutely terrified” and said someone – possibly the “Turkish mafia was after him, reports the Daily Record.
The electrician died a week after suffering head injuries in the window fall.
His dad William snr, said: “I got a call from him and he was absolutely terrified and told me people were after him and he didn’t know whether he’d make it back home.
“I don’t know how much of it was real but he was using words like Turkish Mafia."
William snr and wife Jeanette flew to Turkey to see their son in hospital. He died two days later on October 8.
This is not the first time British Expatriates have died mysteriously, Last week we reported that in Trinidad and Tobago, a 73-year old British lawyer and his wife were hacked to death.
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