Fond tributes have been paid to a teenage "stunt man" and "a true South Hams boy" who died after a motorcycle crash in Devon.
Hadley Bishop, aged 19, from Totnes, died while riding his black Triumph Speed 4 bike on the A379 between Stokenham and Torcross.
The teenager – who appears online as Hadley Bishop Stuntman in a series of madcap amateur videos styled after the popular TV comedy show Jackass – collided with a silver Mitsubishi Colt driven by a 24-year-old man from Kingsbridge at 2.40pm on Sunday.
Family members said the mere "mention" of his first name would be enough to stir fond memories.
In a statement, the family said the loss of a "kind, caring and loving son to Jeremy and Jane" had been devastating for the close-knit family and their many friends.
"He was mischievous and funny, so full of life he always had a big beaming smile and loved to make those around him laugh or smile," it added.
"Full of youthful exuberance, he was an absolute character – mention the word 'Hadley' locally, no-one had to ask for a second name."
Mr Bishop leaves a twin brother, William, and younger brother Joe.
He was educated at East Allington primary and Kingsbridge secondary schools.
He had recently celebrated his birthday after working all summer for Salcombe Dairy Ice Cream and was looking forward to a permanent contract in the spring.
The serious collisions investigation unit are looking into the crash and police are appealing for witnesses.