A LOVELORN pensioner took his very own life after failing inside the battle to carry their 25-year-old Filipino bride to Calderdale.
Philip Chadwick, 66, of Sackville Street, Todmorden, ended up being driven to despair after the woman, who he stated had been a intercourse worker in Cyprus, ended up being not able to get a visa to get to Britain.
That, combined with loss of their mom, plunged Mr Chadwick into despair. And a thirty days after their mother’s funeral, he committed committing suicide by walking about the songs at dobroyd crossing, todmorden, while watching midnight train to manchester.
The father-of-two – a known user of Todmorden Conservative Club – died instantly.
In a declaration read to yesterday’s inquest, their son, Graham, 41, stated Mr Chadwick had been a Jack the Lad whom made numerous foreign trips before fulfilling their future bride in February 2007 while on christmas in Paphos, Cyprus.
He stated: “My dad stated she and an other woman, a Russian, had been being employed as intercourse slaves who have been held at gunpoint. He had been wanted and concerned to have her away from here.”
He included: “we suppose she ended up being a kind of Thai bride.”
The girl, Rose-marie Negros Chadwick, ultimately caused it to be to Manila into the Philippines and Mr Chadwick travelled away to see her times that are several marrying her on their birthday celebration final December.
A declaration from Mrs Chadwick stated: “once I had a visa after we were married it was my intention to return to the UK.
“But four weeks later on we had been problems that are still having. Continue reading