A recluse jumped to his death from a block of flats in despair over his excess sweating, an inquest has heard.
Mitchell Hewett had visited his doctor in the months before his death, complaining that his clammy body was making him anxious and suicidal.
The 32-year-old was found dead outside his home in Wimbledon, south west London, in the early hours of January 31 this year.
An investigation was launched after his body was found bound and gagged but police later ruled out criminal involvement.
An inquest into Mr Hewett's death heard how the former roofer tidied his flat then tied himself up before leaping from the third-floor balcony of his flat.
Mr Hewett had lost his job and became 'reclusive' in the year before his death, the inquest heard.
He left his flat immaculate - aside from the tape and twine he used to bind himself and left clothes drying and an iPod on charge.
Police investigations into his laptop discovered that he had searched the internet for information on how to commit suicide.
The inquest heard he had a history of mental health issues and was treated for suicidal thoughts and hearing voices in 2004.
He was also broke and in a significant amount of debt, having more than £37,000 outstanding on his mortgage and £10,000 worth of debts in overdrafts and an unsecured loan.
He had a significant amount of cannabis in his system at the time of his death and the coroner ruled that he would have been experiencing the effects of cannabis consumption.
Following his death, hundreds of his friends paid tribute and set up a MitchFest event after his funeral.
In a statement given to police, Mr Hewett's best friend Ross Brown told of how his friend had become more withdrawn in the weeks before his death.
Coroner Dr Fiona Wilcox recorded a narrative verdict at Westminster Coroners' Court, saying she could not record a verdict of suicide as Mr Hewett was intoxicated with cannabis at the time of his death.
September 4, 2015
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