A British national has died at Dalaman airport in south west Turkey.
A spokesman for the Foreign Office said: “We are supporting the family of a British man following his death in Turkey.”
He said officials were in touch with local authorities investigating the death.
The Foreign Office did not name the man, but Turkish media said the 30-year-old died following a fall.
According to local news agency Dogan, the man had been in the airport for three days before boarding a plane.
Once on the plane he reportedly argued with cabin crew and was subsequently escorted off it.
Turkish authorities told local media he was removed “because he was putting the flight at risk”.