Bombshell new vid shows Jay Slater dancing topless in middle of crowd at Tenerife rave just hours before he vanished

BOMBSHELL new footage shows missing Jay Slater dancing at a rave hours before he vanished in Tenerife.

Jay, 19, can be seen topless on a packed nightclub dance floor with a bag slung around his neck as music blares out.

New video shows Jay Slater, 19, at a rave just hours before he vanished on Sunday nighttiktok

Further footage released last week showed him at the same event

MEN MediaJay has been missing for almost a week[/caption]

The search for Jay enters its seventh day today in Tenerife

Jay vanished on Monday while on holiday with two friends for a festival after he left the closing event on Sunday with two people he’d just met.

After going back to their accommodation in in Rural de Teno park, Jay missed the bus home on Monday morning and was faced with a 10-hour walk.

He made a panicked phone call to pal Lucy Law to tell her he was lost in the middle of nowhere, his phone was about to die and he needed water.

That was the last anyone had heard of him and at around 9am a missing persons report was filed, sparking the huge 7-day rescue operation.

Now fresh footage shows the teen topless and dancing in the club as music blares out around him.

Last week footage of him at the same rave emerged, showing the teen making his way across the dance floor.

And yesterday a new picture showed him at the same event – hours before he vanished.

It comes as…

Jay’s mum gave a tearful plea and said “I just want my baby back”

Owner of Airbnb where Jay stayed saw him “walking fast” up a dangerous ravine

Cops searched the teen’s hotel room in Tenerife for clues

Brit cops offered to fly out and help but Spanish officials said no

Jay’s mum slammed the Tenerife police investigation

possible new sighting of Jay placed him 3.5 miles away from where he vanished with two men

The missing teen’s dad and brother visited the search site

A new picture of Jay at the rave emerged on Saturday

Today the mammoth search op for missing Jay enters its seventh day in the northern mountainous area of the island.

Temperatures are expected to hit as high as 29 degrees.

The UV rating also sits at “extreme” with a figure of 11 and 12 peaking at around 1pm – anything over 11 is classed as extreme and dangerous.

It comes after rescue efforts turned their focus to an area known by locals as “the badlands”, scouring a 2,000ft ravine in the remote de Teno park.

Locals and experts warned of the perilous conditions in the area – where the air is “thin”, temperatures change rapidly and the mountains drop sharply to the water below.

Jay’s devastated mum Debbie Duncan, who flew out on Tuesday, sobbed as she begged for help this week to find her missing son.

She told ITN in an emotional interview on Wednesday: “It’s just an absolute living nightmare. It’s like a dream – it’s like it’s not happening.

“I wouldn’t wish this on anybody. I just want my baby back. Please, just anybody who can help just look for him.”

On Saturday a tearful Warren Slater, Jay’s dad, said “I just want my boy back” as he overlooked the search area with his other son Zak.

It was revealed on Friday that the Lancashire teen was last seen by the owner of the Airbnb where he had stayed on Sunday evening.

Ophelia, the owner of the holiday rental Casa Abuela Tina, said she saw him “walking fast” up a dangerous ravine in the vast mountainous area near Masca.

On Friday Lancashire Constabulary offered to help Spain’s Guardia Civil in their efforts to find the teenager.

But Tenerife police rejected the bid and insisted they have the “resources” required to find him.

Jay’s mum Debbie then slammed the investigation into her son’s disappearance for not allowing British cops to contribute.

The mum also told The Guardian she spent eight hours in a police station as they revealed plans for ramping up the rescue effort.

Two new pieces of information came to light on Saturday – including a possible sighting of Jay after he vanished.

Debbie told Mail Online that a witness went to cops and claimed to have seen Jay sitting on a bench with the pair of men 3.5 miles away from his last known location in Santiago del Teide.

Pictures from Santiago del Teide show the church and bench that Jay was allegedly seen sitting on.

Ian WhittakerThe church in Santiago del Teide where Jay Slater was allegedly seen on Monday evening[/caption]

Ian WhittakerThe British teen supposedly sat on this bench near the church with two men[/caption]

Jay (right) with his mum Debbie and brother Zak

Timeline of Jay Slater’s disappearance

By Ellie Doughty, Foreign News Reporter


Jay goes to a rave at the 2024 NRG music festival in Tenerife, around Arona on the south of the island

8.35pm – Jay posts a smiling Snapchat video of him laughing with friends

He leaves the rave with two men he met that day and is driven back to their accommodation across the island


7.30am – Jay posts a Snapchat of a hand holding a cigarette in the area where the accommodation was – near the rural de Teno Park on the north of the island

8.30am – Jay calls his friend Lucy Law and tells her he missed a bus, had one per cent of battery left on his phone and was stuck in the “middle of nowhere”

9am – A missing persons report is filed and the search for Jay begins


2am – Police knock on the door of Jay’s mum Debbie Duncan’s home and tell her to catch the first flight out to Tenerife

7am – She flies out from Manchester Airport alongside her son Zak to help with the search

Debbie is sent a Snapchat message saying “Kiss goodbye to your boy, you’re never going to see him again, he owes me a lot of money.”


12.30pm – Police move the search to the south of the island briefly after a false sighting

Cops search his hotel room for clues as his mum says there was “nothing untoward there”

Debbie gives a heart-wrenching interview where she shares fears he has been “taken” and says “I just want my baby back”


Cops begin day four of the massive search for Jay


Lancashire cops offer to help with the search but Tenerife authorities say they are “satisfied that they have the resources they need”

Search turns to 22,000ft ravine in Masca – part of an area dubbed “the badlands” by locals


The sixth day of the search begins with sniffer dogs, cops, mountain rescue and firefighters again taking to the hills in northern Tenerife

Possible new sighting of Jay places him near a church with two men at 6pm on Monday – although unconfirmed by police

Jay’s dad Warren and brother Zak visit the search site in Tenerife


The search enters its seventh day in Tenerife

New video emerges of Jay at the rave on Sunday night

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