The brother of a British man missing since a deadly fire at a Thai nightclub has made an emotional appeal for information on his disappearance.
Joseph Tzouvanni told a news conference in Phuket that his 24-year-old brother Michael made a phone call from the venue saying "there is a fire in this club" but hasn't been heard from since.
Four people died when the Tiger Discotheque in the popular resort town of Patong caught fire in the early hours of Friday.
The fire swept through the popular nightclub at around 4 am local time, several hours after it should have legally closed for the night.
11 others were also injured as they fled the blaze.
Mr Tzouvanni said his brother spoke to a friend at around the time the fire broke out.
He said: "Michael said 'There is a fire in this club'. And he was very calm, maybe because he is a calm, loving person.
"Maybe he knew? I don't know, but we have had no contact of him since that time.
"Maybe he escaped from the club, nobody knows. Maybe he escaped. I don't know.
"But he is missing and we need to find him. If anyone can help, just get the word out because he's missing and we love him and we need to find him."
Police on the island still can't identify the victims or say what their nationalities are but they believe foreigners were among them and that two are male and two female.
The victims were so badly burned that a DNA match appears to be the only way they can be identified but initial forensic tests may provide more information by Tuesday.
Along with relatives of others missing since the blaze, Joseph Tzouvanni has given DNA.
The burnt-out remains of the Tiger Discotheque were still drawing onlookers on Sunday.
The fire is the latest incident to tarnish the image of Phuket.
In June Australian travel agent Michelle Smith was murdered by bag-snatchers as she walked back to her hotel.
Two men were sentenced to life imprisonment for the killing earlier this month.