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Milford Haven fast food worker tragically took his own life, inquest hears

A MILFORD HAVEN fast food worker took his own life after drinking a large quantity of alcohol, the local Coroner, Paul Bennet, has ruled.

It was confirmed on Thursday that Ferdi Asenov, aged 20, was born in Bulgaria. He attended school there, and upon leaving he “worked in a bakery making pastries, croissants, and pizza.”

He then came to Wales, living in Charles Street, Milford Haven in a flat above where he worked at USA Fried Chicken

Acting coroner’s officer, Maggie Julien, explained that Mr Asenov had never drunk alcohol or used drugs in Bulgaria and had only started drinking socially when he came to the Britain.

There was no sign of depression, and in fact he was described during the hearing as a person who “was in general good spirits, planning to return to Bulgaria in the summer for a holiday.”

Mr Asenov, who was single, was last seen by his friend and his employer at 11.40pm on April 16 this year when they shut up shop.

The following day he rang him at 1pm but could not reach him, which was unusual. He broke the door to Mr Asenov’s flat down and found him dead.

Police were called to the premises and confirmed to The Herald the following day that there were no suspicious circumstances in connection with the tragic death.

Mr Asenov’s level of blood alcohol was 198 microgrammes per 100 millilitres of blood according to a post mortem, a very high reading, which would have inevitably had an effect on motor and cognitive functions.

The cause of death was given as hanging.

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Coroner, Paul Bennett, recorded a conclusion of suicide saying that he believed there had been an intention by Mr Asenov to end his life.

“I would wish to convey my condolences to his family on such a tragic end to Mr Asenov’s life and to say how sorry that the circumstances are such that led him to take his life,” he said.