“Well loved” London Fields man dies from alcohol
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A “well loved” London Fields man died to due to alcohol, an inquest heard on February 9.
Shaun Hayes, 46 of Welshpool Street, worked as a window cleaner, and was described by his partner as popular, but suffered from alcohol addiction.
He was found lying between Clissold Road and Stoke Newington Church Street by passers by in September 2014.
Paramedics pronounced him dead after being unable to resuscitate him.
A toxicology report recorded high levels of alcohol in his body and corner Dr Hassel, said: “He had been a heavy drinker for some time and although he had been drinking for some years, on this occasion, he drank more than his body could cope with.”
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Partner Gaby Baykarali, said: “He was very jovial, very friendly and popular down the pub. He was loved dearly by all that met him and a very generous character, affable and loveable.”
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