In June 2016 Steven Sharp, 51, from Hull in the north of England, sat on a pint glass, and a large shard embedded itself in his right buttock.
He was found by his mother Margaret sitting in a pool of blood. He had a cardiac arrest and had to be revived by paramedics at his home.
Going into intensive care in Hull Royal Infirmary was bad luck, too – he never regained consciousness, caught a chest infection, and died.
It’s a bit of a mystery.
The inquest last week in Hull was told by the police constable who investigated the death: “There was no forced entry…”
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