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7/2/2014 (7 months ago)

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Russian, Mexican exchange students hat met just moments before their deaths

There's a high price to pay for promiscuous, casual sex: Two teenagers who had met just moments before both died after they rolled off the balcony at a luxury hotel in London. 

Anastasia Tutik went to £35,000-a-year Bellerbys College in Deptford where friends were being offered counselling. Miguel was at the nearby Embassy College.

Anastasia Tutik went to £35,000-a-year Bellerbys College in Deptford where friends were being offered counselling. Miguel was at the nearby Embassy College.

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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

7/2/2014 (7 months ago)

Published in Europe

Keywords: London, falling death, teenagers, sex


LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - The young couple plunged 60 feet before hitting the ground, neighbors say. 

Nineteen-year-old Anastasia Tutik from Russia, and 18-year-old "Miguel" from Mexico, both died instantly after their six-story fall.

Let's pray that people will make the right decisions in the future --

A neighbor along with his companion witnessed the tragic accident last month. "They were trying to have sex on the balcony, the guy was lifting the girl and putting her on the banister, he kept on doing it.

"He was putting her on there - they were going back and forth. You could see they were doing some really dangerous stuff.

"The last thing I expected was to see them falling down. We just screamed."

Another witness described the grisly aftermath. "The man was lying face up on his back and the girl was cuddled up next to him. So it looked like they fell together.

"They were surrounded by a massive pool of blood. The blood was all around them.

"It was shocking. I haven't been able to sleep. I can't get the sight of them out of my mind."

Miguel had reportedly only moved to England a week ago to study business. His friend Alfonso, also from Mexico, denied the pair were having sex at the riverside flat in Deptford, south east London.

 "They met at the party. He liked her and she liked him so they went onto the balcony to make out - to kiss and cuddle.

"They were alone on the balcony. Everyone else stayed inside to give them some space."

A friend recalled Miguel. "He was a really funny guy. We are all shocked because he's a friend.

"Anastasia was very pretty - slim, blonde with green eyes - but she was very intelligent as well. She was one of the top students in the class.

"She was studying A-levels and she was hoping to go to university in September."

Anastasia went to 35,000-a-year Bellerbys College in Deptford where friends were being offered counseling. Miguel was at the nearby Embassy College.

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