Friday, 22 March 2019

Play Silly Games, Win Silly Prizes...

Luke Blackhurst, who was living in Sillwood Street, Brighton, had not been seen for a couple of days after he had been out with friends.
The opening of an inquest in to his death heard it was not unusual for the young man to take different drugs, including ketamine and morphine.
He was found dead in his home after a night out.
Another Darwin Award winner shuffles off this mortal coil...
The inquest heard Mr Blackhurst’s last activity on his laptop was searching the internet for the side-effects of eating out-of-date noodles.
His mother said she suspected the off noodles may have killed him.
Clearly, he got his street smarts from his mum!
Miss Blackhurst said her son had money stolen from his flat a week before his death and was concerned of a third party involvement.
A one-armed man, perhaps?
Ms Hamilton-Deeley said further enquiries will be carried out to address some of Miss Blackhurst’s concerns and Mr Pinder’s suspicions.
Sure, why not? It's only taxpayer money, after all.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am now awaiting the petition from the drug riddled cretins of Brighton to have "THE CONTENTS CAN KILL" stickers prominently displayed on all noodle products.
I hope the poor man's family deleted his internet history. What street cred would he have had if it was know that, instead of surfing for porn, he was browsing Pot Noodles?
Penseivat

Flaxen Saxon said...

Morphine and dodgy noodles- a deadly combination.

JuliaM said...

"I hope the poor man's family deleted his internet history. What street cred would he have had if it was know that, instead of surfing for porn, he was browsing Pot Noodles?"

That should form a part of 'Chavs! Things To Do When Your Relative Carks It!' handbook.