Magaluf ecstasy warning as girl, 19, dies after taking yellow pill ‘laced with rat poison’
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BRITISH tourists have been warned about a batch of rogue ecstasy pills being sold on the holiday island of Majorca after the death of a teenage girl. The year-old Argentinian died in a Barcelona hospital on Wednesday after falling ill at a music festival in Palma where she took the party drug last Sunday. The teenager - who used her middle name as her first name - emigrated to Majorca seven months ago with her twin sister Lourdes. Her heartbroken dad Paulo posted a picture of one of the yellow tablets, with a skull face on it on social media. My beautiful Alanis, just