Bodybuilder who wanted to study mental health took his own life while on holiday
He was a keen bodybuilder (Picture: JustGiving.com)

A student who dropped out of a law course to study mental health tragically took his own life on holiday.

Joe Robinson was visiting Magaluf when he was found dead in his bed on May 12 last year, an inquest heard.

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The 25-year-old bodybuilder died from cardio-respiratory arrest, and a cocktail of drugs was found in his system.

His devastated sister had to crowdsource the funds for his body to be transported home.

Esme Robinson eventually met the target of £5,000, thanks to generous strangers.

Bodybuilder who wanted to study mental health took his own life while on holiday
His sister raised thousands to bring his body home (Picture: Just Giving)

She wrote at the time: ‘He was loved by so many. He was caring, outgoing and intelligent.

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‘He studied law for two years but found his calling whilst working with mental health patients, and had been accepted to start a degree in mental health nursing.’

The student had also left a note, the York Press reported.

Assistant coroner Jon Heath, however, said: ‘My conclusion is to find that he took his own life and intended to do so. The note made it clear he didn’t wish to continue living.’

The money that was raised paid for the body to be taken back to the UK and the rest was donated to the mental health charity, Mind – a decision close friends said Robinson would have approved of.