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Last Updated: Monday, 1 September, 2003, 05:52 GMT 06:52 UK
Funeral for Faliraki victim
A street in Faliraki, Greece
Faliraki is a popular destination for British tourists
A teenager stabbed to death in a bar brawl in the Greek tourist resort of Faliraki is to be buried on Monday.

Paddy Doran, 17, who died after he was struck with a broken bottle, will be buried at a cemetery in Northampton.

Hundreds of mourners are also expected to attend a service in Market Harborough, Leicestershire.

The teenager become involved in a fight at the Q Bar, in the resort on the island of Rhodes on 12 August.

Funeral directors Jack Warwick, of Kettering, confirmed the service will be held at the Evangelical Church, in Bath Street, at 1300 BST.

Resort 'too wild'

A burial service will follow later at Towcester Road Cemetery, in Northampton.

Mr Doran had lived at a caravan site near Market Harborough with his mother, Josie, and grandmother.

Josie Doran had said her son phoned her before going out on 12 August to say the island was "too wild".

He also told his mother he was planning on coming home early.

Peter Navarro, 21, of Leasowe, Wirral, has appeared before a court in Greece accused of manslaughter.


SEE ALSO:
Victim called Greek resort 'too wild'
27 Aug 03  |  Northamptonshire
Tourist dies on holiday island
22 Aug 03  |  West Midlands
Man charged over Faliraki death
14 Aug 03  |  Cambridgeshire
Britons in court over Faliraki death
13 Aug 03  |  Cambridgeshire



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