British tourists have been warned about taking ecstasy at a popular Spanish resort after the death of a 19-year-old girl.
Milagros Alanis Moyano died just days after she allegedly took a pill laced with rat poison.
Her heartbroken family issued a warning after she fell ill at a music festival in Palma last Sunday.
The Argentinian teen, who emigrated to Majorca seven months ago with her twin sister Lourdes, died in a Barcelona hospital on Wednesday.
Her heartbroken dad Paulo posted a picture of a yellow tablet with a skull face on it on social media, warning others not to take the drug.
Following her death he wrote on Facebook : “I would love to know who sold my little girl this poison so I could put a bullet in his head.
“She sent us a video of her dancing on Instagram before she was rushed to hospital and that is the last footage I have of her alive.
“She left for the concert looking beautiful, she showed us pictures on WhatsApp and we told her to enjoy herself but to stay safe.
“Sons of b****** took her from me and killed her.
"It’s really hard to say this but when I was with her I had to look at one of one her tattoos to recognise her because she didn’t look like the same girl.
"My beautiful Alanis, just 19.”
In a new post today, he wrote: “Those who took my daughter’s life will never sleep again.
“It will be their destiny that I discover they died like rats. I will see them fall. Bye my love. I love you.”
Milagros, originally from the Atlantic coast city of Mar de Plata, was rushed to hospital after attending a music event in Son Fusteret where Italian DJ Marco Carola performed.
A member of an Ibiza-run expat residents group, echoing Paulo’s warnings about the rogue ecstasy, added: “Some pills are doing the rounds in Palma that have rat’s poison in them.
“A girl aged 19 has died from taking one after agonising for two days. It was a small, yellow pill with a skull on the front.
“People need to be aware they cannot consume any old s***.
“Enjoy yourself safely. Rest in peace little one. And strength and love for your parents.
"A friend who was at the concert sent me a picture of the pill as she was present when it happened. Luckily she didn’t take one.”
Keen hockey player Milagros had been working as a lifeguard at a swimming pool in the holiday resort of s’Arenal.
Her brother Lautaro told Majorcan daily Ultima Hora: “It was madness what she did and she wasn’t an habitual drug user.
"What happened was that she had begun to make friends who were taking her down the wrong path.
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