Tributes to teacher crushed in Brighton bin lorry

The Argus: FIRST PICTURE: Scott Williams FIRST PICTURE: Scott Williams

This is the first picture of the man crushed to death by a Brighton bin lorry, respected maths teacher and rugby coach Scott Williams.

Tributes to Mr Williams, 35, have today been paid by friends and colleagues who say he was an inspiration to children.

The teacher died after falling asleep in an industrial bin after a drinking into the early hours of Sunday morning.

His body was discovered more than 24 hours later by workers at the North Quay waste transfer site in Newhaven.

Update: Police try to trace girl Mr Williams left Brighton pub with

Mr Williams, of London, was fondly remembered by former colleague Jacqueline Glazerman, who worked with him at Harrow High and Sports College until 2006.

Ms Glazerman said that Scott was a 'fantastic teacher' who was an inspiration to children in his role as a maths and physical education teacher.

He also coached the school's rugby team.

She said: "Scott was a lovely man and a fantastic teacher.

"I used to work with him and it's a real shock to here of how he died.

"It really is terrible.

"He was a really nice guy and was easy to get on with and was great with the kids.

"He will be sadly missed."

Mr Williams, who was educated in New Zealand and gained a Bachelors degree in physical education from Otago University and a Diploma in Teaching at Auckland College of Education, worked at Harrow High between 2002 and 2006.

He previously worked as a supply teacher in London and worked as a rugby coach and PE teacher at Pakuranga College, Auckland, New Zealand, between 1998 and 2000.

One of Scott's pals, who did not want to be named, said he loved a good drink.

The pal, who previously worked with Scott, said: "He was a typical rugby-playing type of bloke.

"He was great fun and loved a drink or two, but this is so so tragic I can't quite believe it.

"I just don't know what must have been going through his head to have got into a wheelie bin after a night out."

Did you know Scott Williams? Leave your tributes below.

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6:04pm Tue 14 Jul 09

For Every Sprinkle I Find says...

Queue a knee-jerk reaction to ban communal bins...
Queue a knee-jerk reaction to ban communal bins... For Every Sprinkle I Find

6:41pm Tue 14 Jul 09

Totally Provincial says...

It could just be me, but isn't 'going to sleep' in a communal bin a wheelie not very bright thing to do?
It could just be me, but isn't 'going to sleep' in a communal bin a wheelie not very bright thing to do? Totally Provincial

7:21pm Tue 14 Jul 09

Jim BB says...

I thought that bin men had been told to check wheelie bins before emptying them after the last two narrow escapes?

Poor man, what an awful way to go. My thoughts are with his friends and family.
I thought that bin men had been told to check wheelie bins before emptying them after the last two narrow escapes? Poor man, what an awful way to go. My thoughts are with his friends and family. Jim BB

7:30pm Tue 14 Jul 09

Rocker says...

"He loved a good drink"....

So,that's ok then.

Another casualty of boozed-up Brighton.Imagine the commotion if he was high on drugs...er,oh yeah,he was high on drugs.Alcohol,the most dangerous abused substance in our society.

A self-inflicted tragedy.

I wonder if the bars who continued to serve him booze when he was already smashed out of his head feel any responsibility for his death??

"He loved a good drink".... So,that's ok then. Another casualty of boozed-up Brighton.Imagine the commotion if he was high on drugs...er,oh yeah,he was high on drugs.Alcohol,the most dangerous abused substance in our society. A self-inflicted tragedy. I wonder if the bars who continued to serve him booze when he was already smashed out of his head feel any responsibility for his death?? Rocker

7:40pm Tue 14 Jul 09

L1103 says...

are you all forgetting something a man has died here!
i agree maybe it wasnt a good thing to do but who empties bins on a sunday morning and how are visitors ment to know they are emptied daily??

it was a mistake yes and im sure now he wont ever do it again cant you give his friends and family some sympathy ????
are you all forgetting something a man has died here! i agree maybe it wasnt a good thing to do but who empties bins on a sunday morning and how are visitors ment to know they are emptied daily?? it was a mistake yes and im sure now he wont ever do it again cant you give his friends and family some sympathy ???? L1103

8:19pm Tue 14 Jul 09

TrollOP says...

L1103 wrote:
are you all forgetting something a man has died here!
i agree maybe it wasnt a good thing to do but who empties bins on a sunday morning and how are visitors ment to know they are emptied daily??

it was a mistake yes and im sure now he wont ever do it again cant you give his friends and family some sympathy ????
+1

Other posters =/fail.
[quote][p][bold]L1103[/bold] wrote: are you all forgetting something a man has died here! i agree maybe it wasnt a good thing to do but who empties bins on a sunday morning and how are visitors ment to know they are emptied daily?? it was a mistake yes and im sure now he wont ever do it again cant you give his friends and family some sympathy ????[/p][/quote]+1 Other posters =/fail. TrollOP

8:29pm Tue 14 Jul 09

tiny scouse says...

re the last comment by l1103 if the bin was collected by the sam companys lorry in the tv news yesterday, wastetec. then they collect bin 7 days a week in and around sussex including brighton . and its mainly the normal type wheelie bins from shops.
re the last comment by l1103 if the bin was collected by the sam companys lorry in the tv news yesterday, wastetec. then they collect bin 7 days a week in and around sussex including brighton . and its mainly the normal type wheelie bins from shops. tiny scouse

8:37pm Tue 14 Jul 09

TheInsider says...

This is a terrible waste of life and the real story here is about the dangers of drinking to excess, if this has what caused him to climb inside a filthy bin and remain unconscious to even the sound of a bin lorry.
Most of us have drunk ourselves into a dangerous stupor, we have all had near misses, yet we only reign ourselves in when one of our friends loses their life in such a senseless way.
A friend of mine drank himself to death at a party I was at. We all woke up sleeping on the floor of a London flat, but he didn't after a very, very heavy session.
The part of the brain which keeps the body breathing, had been anaesthetised with alcohol and he just stopped breathing. I had never heard of such a thing happening. He would not have known anything about it.
Only since that day as a young man did I stop day long sessions of boozing with the lads.
This is very sad for his friends and family.
This is a terrible waste of life and the real story here is about the dangers of drinking to excess, if this has what caused him to climb inside a filthy bin and remain unconscious to even the sound of a bin lorry. Most of us have drunk ourselves into a dangerous stupor, we have all had near misses, yet we only reign ourselves in when one of our friends loses their life in such a senseless way. A friend of mine drank himself to death at a party I was at. We all woke up sleeping on the floor of a London flat, but he didn't after a very, very heavy session. The part of the brain which keeps the body breathing, had been anaesthetised with alcohol and he just stopped breathing. I had never heard of such a thing happening. He would not have known anything about it. Only since that day as a young man did I stop day long sessions of boozing with the lads. This is very sad for his friends and family. TheInsider

8:58pm Tue 14 Jul 09

driverB says...

this is one of the most bizare incidents ive ever heard of,condolences but lessons to be learned as well surely.
this is one of the most bizare incidents ive ever heard of,condolences but lessons to be learned as well surely. driverB

9:29pm Tue 14 Jul 09

snaggybird says...

What a very sad tragedy, I cant understand though why someone would come down for the weekend and spend the night in a wheelie bin? Especially someone who is obviously very well educated.
I am not convinced that this was just an accident! bit more to it I think.
My thoughts go out to all his family and all that knew him, what a waste of a life
What a very sad tragedy, I cant understand though why someone would come down for the weekend and spend the night in a wheelie bin? Especially someone who is obviously very well educated. I am not convinced that this was just an accident! bit more to it I think. My thoughts go out to all his family and all that knew him, what a waste of a life snaggybird

10:15pm Tue 14 Jul 09

Arnie says...

A tragic accident and not something you'd expect from a man with the intelligence of a PE teacher.
A tragic accident and not something you'd expect from a man with the intelligence of a PE teacher. Arnie

10:30pm Tue 14 Jul 09

puddingandpi says...

You are *seriously* having a laugh. Why do you think it's called "PE"? Because they can't spell Physical Education.

Anyway, he was a Maths teacher.
You are *seriously* having a laugh. Why do you think it's called "PE"? Because they can't spell Physical Education. Anyway, he was a Maths teacher. puddingandpi

10:48pm Tue 14 Jul 09

L1103 says...

tiny scouse wrote:
re the last comment by l1103 if the bin was collected by the sam companys lorry in the tv news yesterday, wastetec. then they collect bin 7 days a week in and around sussex including brighton . and its mainly the normal type wheelie bins from shops.
i dont understand what you are trying to say here
where else in the country empty bins every day i thought councils were recycling things these days
[quote][p][bold]tiny scouse[/bold] wrote: re the last comment by l1103 if the bin was collected by the sam companys lorry in the tv news yesterday, wastetec. then they collect bin 7 days a week in and around sussex including brighton . and its mainly the normal type wheelie bins from shops.[/p][/quote]i dont understand what you are trying to say here where else in the country empty bins every day i thought councils were recycling things these days L1103

11:10pm Tue 14 Jul 09

Asiseeit says...

Ok time for people to read this story properly and understand the facts!

number 1 this gentleman came down to visit a friend, where the hell was he? why did he let a friend that had come down from london to visit him/her wander off?

Number 2, living and working in Brighton and using the company in question I have to admit there service is 2nd to none and every occasion they have serviced my shop i have witnessed them look in the bins and examine the contents before even moving it.

I would imagine that they have a policy to check the contents I have been advised once or twice they they were unable to collect the waste as the contents were not as per my agreed contract.

(On both these occasions passers by had placed Nappies into my bin).

This tells me that they check the bins and constantly monitor what is being disposed off.

I read another article in on here from a union calling for collection vehicles to have two crew members, this company always has 2 crews members when they collect from me!

This is a totally freak incident that has taken a life and affected several familys! I am sure the collection crew are in deep shock aswell as they would not have expected this to happen whilst carrying out there daily duties!

Instead of pointing the finger and looking to blame, lets put our heads together to find a solution and provent a situation like this happening again!

A life has been lost and a lesson must be learnt however harsh that may seem.

Brighton attracts lots of visits all looking to let there hair down and relax for the weekend, may youngsters from our own back yards go out and get drunk and we must find away to protect them without pointing the finger or making wild accusations.

Ok time for people to read this story properly and understand the facts! number 1 this gentleman came down to visit a friend, where the hell was he? why did he let a friend that had come down from london to visit him/her wander off? Number 2, living and working in Brighton and using the company in question I have to admit there service is 2nd to none and every occasion they have serviced my shop i have witnessed them look in the bins and examine the contents before even moving it. I would imagine that they have a policy to check the contents I have been advised once or twice they they were unable to collect the waste as the contents were not as per my agreed contract. (On both these occasions passers by had placed Nappies into my bin). This tells me that they check the bins and constantly monitor what is being disposed off. I read another article in on here from a union calling for collection vehicles to have two crew members, this company always has 2 crews members when they collect from me! This is a totally freak incident that has taken a life and affected several familys! I am sure the collection crew are in deep shock aswell as they would not have expected this to happen whilst carrying out there daily duties! Instead of pointing the finger and looking to blame, lets put our heads together to find a solution and provent a situation like this happening again! A life has been lost and a lesson must be learnt however harsh that may seem. Brighton attracts lots of visits all looking to let there hair down and relax for the weekend, may youngsters from our own back yards go out and get drunk and we must find away to protect them without pointing the finger or making wild accusations. Asiseeit

11:12pm Tue 14 Jul 09

Asiseeit says...

L1103 wrote:
tiny scouse wrote: re the last comment by l1103 if the bin was collected by the sam companys lorry in the tv news yesterday, wastetec. then they collect bin 7 days a week in and around sussex including brighton . and its mainly the normal type wheelie bins from shops.
i dont understand what you are trying to say here where else in the country empty bins every day i thought councils were recycling things these days
Learn to read! It was a private company! Not the council!

[quote][p][bold]L1103[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tiny scouse[/bold] wrote: re the last comment by l1103 if the bin was collected by the sam companys lorry in the tv news yesterday, wastetec. then they collect bin 7 days a week in and around sussex including brighton . and its mainly the normal type wheelie bins from shops.[/p][/quote]i dont understand what you are trying to say here where else in the country empty bins every day i thought councils were recycling things these days [/p][/quote]Learn to read! It was a private company! Not the council! Asiseeit

11:51pm Tue 14 Jul 09

Rocker says...

If the fella wasn't blind drunk,he would still be alive.Simple really...

The issue isn't about large capacity bins.

Its about alcohol abuse.
If the fella wasn't blind drunk,he would still be alive.Simple really... The issue isn't about large capacity bins. Its about alcohol abuse. Rocker

1:25am Wed 15 Jul 09

stickman says...

L1103 wrote:
tiny scouse wrote:
re the last comment by l1103 if the bin was collected by the sam companys lorry in the tv news yesterday, wastetec. then they collect bin 7 days a week in and around sussex including brighton . and its mainly the normal type wheelie bins from shops.
i dont understand what you are trying to say here
where else in the country empty bins every day i thought councils were recycling things these days
It is described as an "industrial bin". Commercial waste collection varies but daily collections are common.
[quote][p][bold]L1103[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tiny scouse[/bold] wrote: re the last comment by l1103 if the bin was collected by the sam companys lorry in the tv news yesterday, wastetec. then they collect bin 7 days a week in and around sussex including brighton . and its mainly the normal type wheelie bins from shops.[/p][/quote]i dont understand what you are trying to say here where else in the country empty bins every day i thought councils were recycling things these days [/p][/quote]It is described as an "industrial bin". Commercial waste collection varies but daily collections are common. stickman

8:28am Wed 15 Jul 09

Made In Sussex says...

Lots of guff being spouted on here about being a mistake or blaming
his friend, blaming the binmen or blaming the alcohol, all pretty symptomatic of why this world is in the mess its in. yes a man has died and that is tragic, thankyou for pointing that out we have read the story and it comes down to perosnal responsibility. E.g drinking far too much alcohol and putting yourself in a dangerous position.

Lots of guff being spouted on here about being a mistake or blaming his friend, blaming the binmen or blaming the alcohol, all pretty symptomatic of why this world is in the mess its in. yes a man has died and that is tragic, thankyou for pointing that out we have read the story and it comes down to perosnal responsibility. E.g drinking far too much alcohol and putting yourself in a dangerous position. Made In Sussex

9:57am Wed 15 Jul 09

Shabba Wanks says...

Very sad.
He should never have BIN in there though.
Very sad. He should never have BIN in there though. Shabba Wanks

10:58am Wed 15 Jul 09

dancutter says...

Thats no way to get a Head in life.

He'll never be the Head of a major corporation.

He died wot he love doing, Boozin, wot a way..
Thats no way to get a Head in life. He'll never be the Head of a major corporation. He died wot he love doing, Boozin, wot a way.. dancutter

11:24am Wed 15 Jul 09

Hawker101 says...

What a waste, doesn't matter how drunk you get, surely jumping into a wheelie bin though is something that the majority wouldn't do, surely a bench or a shelter along the seafront is a better option to get your nut down!!
What a waste, doesn't matter how drunk you get, surely jumping into a wheelie bin though is something that the majority wouldn't do, surely a bench or a shelter along the seafront is a better option to get your nut down!! Hawker101

11:32am Wed 15 Jul 09

mothy says...

L1103, borehamwood says...
7:40pm Tue 14 Jul 09
but who empties bins on a sunday morning and how are visitors ment to know they are emptied daily??

==================

er - they do in my street thanks..

L1103, borehamwood says... 7:40pm Tue 14 Jul 09 but who empties bins on a sunday morning and how are visitors ment to know they are emptied daily?? ================== er - they do in my street thanks.. mothy

11:45am Wed 15 Jul 09

Jay Mollison says...

Sunday bin rounds?

Anyway I smell negligence from the Bin men, just like when they leave litter everywhere.
Sunday bin rounds? Anyway I smell negligence from the Bin men, just like when they leave litter everywhere. Jay Mollison

12:14pm Wed 15 Jul 09

leedsnowfan says...

got this horrible feeling that this is a prank gone wrong....mates probably thought that as he was unconsious that it would be funny sticking him in the bin etc etc.....oh dear...
got this horrible feeling that this is a prank gone wrong....mates probably thought that as he was unconsious that it would be funny sticking him in the bin etc etc.....oh dear... leedsnowfan

2:06pm Wed 15 Jul 09

debs21 says...

Yeah well, we can all make assumptions can't we but given that none of us know the real circumstances surrounding this terrible tragedy,I think everyone should stop their smart comments, stop looking for someone to blame and offer our sincere condolences to this poor young man's family and friends.
Yeah well, we can all make assumptions can't we but given that none of us know the real circumstances surrounding this terrible tragedy,I think everyone should stop their smart comments, stop looking for someone to blame and offer our sincere condolences to this poor young man's family and friends. debs21

2:22pm Wed 15 Jul 09

Rostrum says...

It’s sad and it shouldn’t happen.

Ever weekend people come to Brighton with the intention of staying up ‘all night’ and getting the early trains home.
The first train on a Sunday morning to London is about 3:30 AM.

This chap probably realised he’d left his mates too early and decided to find somewhere out of the rain.
Unfortunately he chose a big-black bin instead of a shop doorway or all night café.


The new bin Lorries are operated by one person, from the cab.
They drive up to and align with the big black bins and then empty them through a ‘top hatch’ into the lorry.

There’s no checking etc. The whole process takes a few seconds.
It’s sad and it shouldn’t happen. Ever weekend people come to Brighton with the intention of staying up ‘all night’ and getting the early trains home. The first train on a Sunday morning to London is about 3:30 AM. This chap probably realised he’d left his mates too early and decided to find somewhere out of the rain. Unfortunately he chose a big-black bin instead of a shop doorway or all night café. The new bin Lorries are operated by one person, from the cab. They drive up to and align with the big black bins and then empty them through a ‘top hatch’ into the lorry. There’s no checking etc. The whole process takes a few seconds. Rostrum

3:37pm Wed 15 Jul 09

Spreadly says...

Don't sleep in bins - END OF.

IDIOT!
Don't sleep in bins - END OF. IDIOT! Spreadly

4:09pm Wed 15 Jul 09

Hammer 66 says...

Jay Mollison you talk absolute b*ll*cks. The binmen didnt put the drunk bloke in the bin.If anybody was negligent it was his friends for leaving him, the bar staff that served him although he was off his face and most importantly himself for getting so wasted. For a so called educated person he didn't act that smart getting into a dust bin me thinks.
Jay Mollison you talk absolute b*ll*cks. The binmen didnt put the drunk bloke in the bin.If anybody was negligent it was his friends for leaving him, the bar staff that served him although he was off his face and most importantly himself for getting so wasted. For a so called educated person he didn't act that smart getting into a dust bin me thinks. Hammer 66

5:54pm Wed 15 Jul 09

Pat Mustard says...

L1103 wrote:
are you all forgetting something a man has died here! i agree maybe it wasnt a good thing to do but who empties bins on a sunday morning and how are visitors ment to know they are emptied daily?? it was a mistake yes and im sure now he wont ever do it again cant you give his friends and family some sympathy ????
A). Regardless of if you are a visitor or a local, the frequency of bin emptying shouldn't really be the deciding factor in choosing to sleep in one or getting your head down somewhere (anywhere) else.

B). Valid point. I really think he probably has learned his lesson and won't be doing it again.

Those who can't, teach PE
[quote][p][bold]L1103[/bold] wrote: are you all forgetting something a man has died here! i agree maybe it wasnt a good thing to do but who empties bins on a sunday morning and how are visitors ment to know they are emptied daily?? it was a mistake yes and im sure now he wont ever do it again cant you give his friends and family some sympathy ????[/p][/quote]A). Regardless of if you are a visitor or a local, the frequency of bin emptying shouldn't really be the deciding factor in choosing to sleep in one or getting your head down somewhere (anywhere) else. B). Valid point. I really think he probably has learned his lesson and won't be doing it again. Those who can't, teach PE Pat Mustard

8:52pm Wed 15 Jul 09

witchy1 says...

it is sad,but since when is sleeping in a bin considerd a nice place to sleep????. he must have been off his tits.man that crack must be good coz youd have to be nutty to sleep in a stinking bin.yuck!!
it is sad,but since when is sleeping in a bin considerd a nice place to sleep????. he must have been off his tits.man that crack must be good coz youd have to be nutty to sleep in a stinking bin.yuck!! witchy1

9:17am Thu 16 Jul 09

Carl Bugenhagen says...

Got to be suspicious circumstances. I can't believe you can be so drunk to think a bin is a nice spot for a kip, and still be agile enough to climb into one.
Got to be suspicious circumstances. I can't believe you can be so drunk to think a bin is a nice spot for a kip, and still be agile enough to climb into one. Carl Bugenhagen

1:31pm Thu 16 Jul 09

Julian 137 says...

I had the privilege of knowing Scott as a flatmate, albeit briefly, and spoke with him on Saturday morning, when he was in a great mood and looking forward to the end of term and going on holiday at the end of this week.

Scott was an upbeat, positive sort of guy and his sudden death has shocked his family, friends and colleagues.

While the circumstances of his death are unusual, I feel sickened when I read some of the posts on here. It is all too easy to be critical and type snide remarks shielded by the anonymity of the web but real people, people who knew Scott, read these posts too, so please put yourself in our shoes before hitting the submit button.

Scott, you were a great guy and will be sorely missed by many.

RIP Scotty.

Julian.
I had the privilege of knowing Scott as a flatmate, albeit briefly, and spoke with him on Saturday morning, when he was in a great mood and looking forward to the end of term and going on holiday at the end of this week. Scott was an upbeat, positive sort of guy and his sudden death has shocked his family, friends and colleagues. While the circumstances of his death are unusual, I feel sickened when I read some of the posts on here. It is all too easy to be critical and type snide remarks shielded by the anonymity of the web but real people, people who knew Scott, read these posts too, so please put yourself in our shoes before hitting the submit button. Scott, you were a great guy and will be sorely missed by many. RIP Scotty. Julian. Julian 137

1:59pm Thu 16 Jul 09

Hammer 66 says...

Julian my thoughts are with you and Scotts family and friends. However my thoughts are also with the bin men who through no fault of theirs have to live with knowing that a man has died due to a tragic accident while they were working. We must remember that those bin men didn't put Scott in that bin, and I feel that there are questions that must be answered as to how he got in that bin.
Julian my thoughts are with you and Scotts family and friends. However my thoughts are also with the bin men who through no fault of theirs have to live with knowing that a man has died due to a tragic accident while they were working. We must remember that those bin men didn't put Scott in that bin, and I feel that there are questions that must be answered as to how he got in that bin. Hammer 66

9:30pm Thu 16 Jul 09

Daz.lon says...

The whole thing is very sad. I recognised his photo as being a regular at my local gym in Willesden green.

I think people are forgetting something, It was raining heavy,he was a long way from his home and had nowhere to sleep that night. I guess he just jumped in to shelter from the heavy rain and cold and must have falling asleep. Its strange how he never woke up when they started moving the bins though.
The whole thing is very sad. I recognised his photo as being a regular at my local gym in Willesden green. I think people are forgetting something, It was raining heavy,he was a long way from his home and had nowhere to sleep that night. I guess he just jumped in to shelter from the heavy rain and cold and must have falling asleep. Its strange how he never woke up when they started moving the bins though. Daz.lon

5:53pm Fri 17 Jul 09

Asiseeit says...

Daz.lon wrote:
The whole thing is very sad. I recognised his photo as being a regular at my local gym in Willesden green. I think people are forgetting something, It was raining heavy,he was a long way from his home and had nowhere to sleep that night. I guess he just jumped in to shelter from the heavy rain and cold and must have falling asleep. Its strange how he never woke up when they started moving the bins though.
Errr.......So where did the friend live that he was visiting? Where did his brother also live that he was visiting?

In this day and age everybody has a mobiel phone, it wouldnt of been to hard to give either of the above a call to see where they were or to crash at theres.

The whole thing stinks and the police seriously need to look further into this.
[quote][p][bold]Daz.lon[/bold] wrote: The whole thing is very sad. I recognised his photo as being a regular at my local gym in Willesden green. I think people are forgetting something, It was raining heavy,he was a long way from his home and had nowhere to sleep that night. I guess he just jumped in to shelter from the heavy rain and cold and must have falling asleep. Its strange how he never woke up when they started moving the bins though.[/p][/quote]Errr.......So where did the friend live that he was visiting? Where did his brother also live that he was visiting? In this day and age everybody has a mobiel phone, it wouldnt of been to hard to give either of the above a call to see where they were or to crash at theres. The whole thing stinks and the police seriously need to look further into this. Asiseeit

5:53pm Fri 17 Jul 09

Asiseeit says...

Daz.lon wrote:
The whole thing is very sad. I recognised his photo as being a regular at my local gym in Willesden green. I think people are forgetting something, It was raining heavy,he was a long way from his home and had nowhere to sleep that night. I guess he just jumped in to shelter from the heavy rain and cold and must have falling asleep. Its strange how he never woke up when they started moving the bins though.
Errr.......So where did the friend live that he was visiting? Where did his brother also live that he was visiting?

In this day and age everybody has a mobiel phone, it wouldnt of been to hard to give either of the above a call to see where they were or to crash at theres.

The whole thing stinks and the police seriously need to look further into this.
[quote][p][bold]Daz.lon[/bold] wrote: The whole thing is very sad. I recognised his photo as being a regular at my local gym in Willesden green. I think people are forgetting something, It was raining heavy,he was a long way from his home and had nowhere to sleep that night. I guess he just jumped in to shelter from the heavy rain and cold and must have falling asleep. Its strange how he never woke up when they started moving the bins though.[/p][/quote]Errr.......So where did the friend live that he was visiting? Where did his brother also live that he was visiting? In this day and age everybody has a mobiel phone, it wouldnt of been to hard to give either of the above a call to see where they were or to crash at theres. The whole thing stinks and the police seriously need to look further into this. Asiseeit

5:54pm Fri 17 Jul 09

Asiseeit says...

Daz.lon wrote:
The whole thing is very sad. I recognised his photo as being a regular at my local gym in Willesden green. I think people are forgetting something, It was raining heavy,he was a long way from his home and had nowhere to sleep that night. I guess he just jumped in to shelter from the heavy rain and cold and must have falling asleep. Its strange how he never woke up when they started moving the bins though.
Errr.......So where did the friend live that he was visiting? Where did his brother also live that he was visiting?

In this day and age everybody has a mobiel phone, it wouldnt of been to hard to give either of the above a call to see where they were or to crash at theres.

The whole thing stinks and the police seriously need to look further into this.
[quote][p][bold]Daz.lon[/bold] wrote: The whole thing is very sad. I recognised his photo as being a regular at my local gym in Willesden green. I think people are forgetting something, It was raining heavy,he was a long way from his home and had nowhere to sleep that night. I guess he just jumped in to shelter from the heavy rain and cold and must have falling asleep. Its strange how he never woke up when they started moving the bins though.[/p][/quote]Errr.......So where did the friend live that he was visiting? Where did his brother also live that he was visiting? In this day and age everybody has a mobiel phone, it wouldnt of been to hard to give either of the above a call to see where they were or to crash at theres. The whole thing stinks and the police seriously need to look further into this. Asiseeit

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