A LOVELORN pensioner took their life that is own after in their fight to create their 25-year-old Filipino bride to Calderdale.
Philip Chadwick, 66, of Sackville Street, Todmorden, had been driven to despair following the girl, who he reported had been a intercourse worker in Cyprus, had been not able to obtain a visa to come quickly to Britain.
That, combined with loss of their mom, plunged Mr Chadwick into despair. And a thirty days after their mom’s funeral, he committed committing suicide by walking onto the songs at dobroyd crossing, todmorden, at the midnight train to manchester.
The father-of-two – user of Todmorden Conservative Club – died instantly.
The Lad who made many foreign trips before meeting his future bride in February 2007 while on holiday in Paphos, Cyprus in a statement read to yesterday’s inquest, his son, Graham, 41, said Mr Chadwick was a Jack.
He stated: “My dad stated she and an other woman, a Russian, had been being employed as sex slaves who have been held at gunpoint. He had been worried and desired to have her away from here.”
He added: “we suppose she had been a kind of Thai bride.”