Mourners pay respects to Michael White who died on holiday in Ibiza
Hundreds of mourners have paid their respects to a passionate Liverpool fan who died in Ibiza.
Michael White died after he fell from a fourth-floor hotel room while on holiday for a stag-do in San Antonio on September 11.
Emotional tributes were paid to the 27-year-old, from East Butterwick, at his funeral which took place at St Paul's Church in Ashby.
A heartfelt tribute written by Michael's mother Tina Waring was read out at the ceremony.
It said: "I loved that Michael always came home and I will miss our chats sitting on the sun lounger with the dogs and I will miss our chats about his day and his football. Michael was a creature of habit and he would always turn up when food was on the table.
"Every day we talked and as he left the house, every morning I would say 'see you later'.
"I will remember him most for his beautiful smile and how proud of him I was as my son.
"If I could swap places with you my darling, I would do it in a heartbeat. Your loving mum."
Michael's brother Mark and his step-brother Danny also read out emotional tributes.
Mark said: "Michael was a beautiful man and he was sensible, well-liked and respected.
"You are a very special man taken from us far too soon and I do really believe that you have gone to a better place.
"Thank you for being a great brother."
Danny added: "He meant the world to me and if you could wish for a brother, it would be Michael.
"My family were absolutely heartbroken when we found out. Thank you for being a great friend and an amazing brother."
Before the ceremony, bagpipes played You'll Never Walk Alone for the Liverpool fan while the hearse entered the church courtyard.
They briefly paused while the hearse stopped outside the Crown Inn, then continued with Michael's brothers and friends walking beside and behind the coffin, before carrying it into the church.
As the Liverpool Football Club-emblazoned white coffin entered the church, a procession of mourners including family and friends walked behind it, while He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother by The Hollies was played.
The ceremony was conducted by the Reverend George Massey.
After opening prayers, the first hymn sung by the congregation was Jerusalem.
At one point, the congregation was invited to stand up and give a minute's applause to Michael.
His body was laid to rest after the ceremony at the Holy Trinity Church in Messingham, which was Michael's parish church. A celebration of his life continued at Redbourn Club in Scunthorpe.