Spanish police have been ordered to investigate the death of a Scottish tourist after claims that he was the victim of a violent attack, a documentary will reveal.
Chris Lindsay, 34, from Edinburgh, died in hospital on the Costa del Sol in October last year, five days after he was found collapsed in the street by police.
The father-of-three had been staying in Calahonda, between Marbella and Fuengirola, with workmates from the Marketing Company Scotland, which has offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
He had become separated from a colleague on a night out and failed to return to their rented villa.
A post-mortem examination found that he died from multiple organ failure, but in a BBC Scotland documentary which airs this evening, a nurse who treated him on admission tells how he is convinced Mr Lindsay was attacked.
Jose Cabrera told the Who Killed My Son? programme that Mr Lindsay had told him he felt someone may have been following him when he left a bar.
"He had signs of violence," Mr Carbera said.
"He had bruises in the abdomen and it looked like it was hit.
"It was impossible that he could make himself those injuries."
Mr Lindsay's family also believe he was attacked and have been urging Spanish authorities to launch a formal inquiry for much of the last year.