Oliver Dinsdale, 23, a bills restaurant bartender, jumped to his death from a multi-storey car park in Woking, Surrey
A bartender jumped to his death from a fourth-floor parking garage, months before the birth of his first child, an investigation heard Wednesday.
Oliver Dinsdale had recently discovered that he was expecting a baby with his friend Kitty Carlisle when his body was found on a construction site under the parking lot of The Peacocks shopping center, Woking, Surrey, a coroner heard.
The criminal investigation was told that the 23-year-old twins, who were bartenders at a Bills restaurant, behaved strangely in the weeks leading up to his tragic death.
His devastated mother, newly married again, Tracy Hayter said, “About two weeks before he died, he stopped using his phone and didn’t respond to messages that were very unusual. His brothers couldn’t catch him either.
At the time of his death, he was living in Woking. He had moved out of the family home because he was on drugs like cannabis, and he was also violent with my new husband, John Hayter.
Until October 2017, he worked at restaurant Bills. He had had several friends over the years, and at the time of his death, one of his friends was pregnant with his child. ‘
The investigator heard that before he was discovered on November 10, 2018, images from the CCTV parking garage of Oliver shopping center ran up and down and seemed ‘annoyed’.
Kitty Carlisle (pictured) gave birth to a baby boy on June 12 last year with the support of his family and was given the middle name by Oliver, after his father
Oliver jumped from The Peacocks shopping mall parking lot in November 2018 (above)
At 11.23 pm he climbed on the wall before immediately disappearing over the side.
Ms. Hayter added, “The year before his death, I noticed that he was getting thinner and was being tested in the hospital. One morning he arrived at our house at 7am, intoxicated and very excited. He referred to people who looked at him in the garden. It made me realize there was something wrong with him. ‘
The concerned mother went to his house several times, but was told he was fine before he was “horrible” to her. In a statement, she explained, “I just thought he was in a bad mood, which he often was.”
A security guard at The Peacocks Center in Woking was the first person on the scene after receiving news of a body discovered on Victoria Way.
Aminul Chowdhury told the investigation, “I was working when I received a call from the control room officer who received a call from a contractor saying someone had fallen off the roof of a parking lot and was on the floor.
Oliver Dinsdale (above) was about to become a father with his friend Kitty Carlisle
“The contractor was very upset and trembling, pointing to a male on the floor on his stomach, half of his body on a wooden palette.”
A South East Coast Ambulance Service crew arrived on site and unfortunately confirmed the man’s death at 10.33 am on November 10, 2018.
After a post-mortem examination, pathologist Dr. Michael Hall that Oliver died of multiple injuries after the traumatic fall.
A toxicologist revealed that there was cannabis in his blood. There was also alcohol in the bloodstream, but this was below the legal limit for driving.
The investigation revealed that Kitty Carlisle gave birth to a baby boy on June 12 with the support of his family last year and was given the middle name by Oliver, after his father.
Assistant Surrey coroner Caroline Topping said, “Oliver Dinsdale was born in Chertsey, but had drifted off his family, used drugs, and caused problems with other family members. He was treated for depression in 2017.
On November 9, 2018, he entered the parking lot of The Peacocks shopping center and was passed up and down on CCTV climbing on the wall and disappearing from view.
His body was found directly below.
In the weeks leading up to this incident, Oliver had stopped working and introduced his mother as paranoid and delusional. He had not sought help with his mental health problems and was not counseling at the time.
“During the police search, they found nothing to indicate an intention to commit suicide. The cause of death was multiple injuries.
His mom said he was acting strange, but she thought he had been taking class A medications without a mental illness. I am not satisfied when he jumped that he planned to commit suicide. ‘
At the Surrey Coroners Court in Woking, Mrs. Topping concluded with a narrative conclusion. She said, “Oliver jumped from the fourth floor of The Peacocks parking lot that landed on the construction site below. He died on the spot from multiple injuries.
“I express my condolences to his family in what must have been a very shocking and tragic loss of a young relative.”
Anyone with mental health problems can contact the Samaritans at number 116 123