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A mum and daughter have defended a televised holiday drinking binge after criticism on Twitter.
Carly Lowe, 22 from Lincoln, and her mother Malita Lowe, 42 from Boston, went on a three-hour drinking session at the party resort of Kavos.
They were filmed drinking a large amount of cocktails and shots, with Malita later admitting that she drank so much while partying that she passed out several times.
The scenes were shown as part of documentary What Happens in Kavos... on Channel 4 on Monday, January 14.
Malita, who was seen dancing on a pole and grabbing the bottom of a man in a nightclub, caused an angry reaction from viewers with many taking to Twitter branding her antics as "wrong" and "shameful".
But taking to her own Twitter account, Carly said: "Me and my mum were careful and we looked after each other. There's no need to be mean. My mum is perfect in every way, if you don't like it, don't watch."
On her own Twitter account, Malita added: "No one looks back on their life and remembers the nights they had plenty of sleep."
The pilot killed in a helicopter crash in London has been confirmed as Peter Barnes, who had worked as an air ambulance pilot in Lincolnshire.
Captain Barnes, 50, died when his aircraft collided with a crane and fell to the ground on Wednesday, January 16.
Graham Dawson, of Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance, said: "Pete Barnes was a highly experience freelance pilot who worked from time-to-time with many organisations.
"One of these organisations was Air Ambulance Aviation Services, which provides Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance with aircraft and pilots."
It is understood Captain Barnes was on a commercial flight from Surrey and had asked to be diverted to the nearby Battersea Heliport because of bad weather.