Jack and his mates decided to have a 3-day holiday in Benidorm. Jack has Type 1 Diabetes and what he didn’t anticipate was that his personal possessions would mysteriously disappear and he would collapse due to Hypoglycemic encephalopathy and end up on ICU due to prolonged hypoglycemiae; in a coma, relying on breathing and feeding tubes to keep him alive, with possible brain damage. Jack did not declare his pre-existing condition on his insurance and for that, is paying the ultimate price. This could happen to anyone , so lets not be quick to judge please. I’m sure if Jack were reading this, he would agree on how reckless his actions have been but unfortunately, he is unable to because he is incapable. Jacks’ mum and dad have been with him every single day since it happened and now just want to take their son home and get him into Neuro rehab. I have met with them and felt their despair, fear, & desperation. The Euro Weekly Newspaper and the British Benevolent Fund Spain are in full support to do what is best for Jack. Please, please…….anybody reading this….. press the link and donate (even the smallest amount) to get this poor lad home.


Jack returned to the UK and is making good progress in a rehabilitation unit in a Staffordshire hospital.