British man died of sex drug overdose in Mombasa
09 October 2015, 10:59
Nairobi - A nurse has informed a Mombasa Court that the deceased son of the British aristocrat Sir Monson had a sex drive overdose when he was brought in unconscious.
Testifying in court on the ongoing inquest on the death of the late Alexander Monson who is alleged to have died while in police custody, Mr Emmanuel Bandara said he was the nurse on duty when the diseased was brought in for treatment.
Bandara said he was informed by the doctor according to the diagnosis, it’s suspected that the deceased had succumbed from drug overdose.
“I asked the doctor what could have been the cause of death he informed me, it was alleged that the deceased had taken excessive sexdrive drugs called sildenafil which increases libido” said Bandara.
He further informed the court as a nurse specialist the drug side effects included dizziness and vomiting.
Bandara further informed the court that Dr Maundu had directed him to treat the late Alexander for shock since he had difficulties of breathing.
“At the moment the diseased was in a state of shock and there are many reasons that could lead to one suffering from shock” said Bandara
He added that he was later informed by Dr Maundu that the deceased had died out a drug overdose and he was first informed of the cause after the pronouncement of his death on May 19 2012.
The nurse was testifying on the ongoing inquest on the death of the British aristocrat whose parents Nichloas and Hillary Monson claim he was beaten to death while in police custody on May 19 2012 after he was arrested in Diani after a night out with his friends.
The inquest has been ongoing since the beginning of the year.
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