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spending time in Australia before his death on September 26.An inquest into his death heard that Loughlan, 22, had been on a night out in Liverpool city centre and had gone back to his home in Anfield during the early hours, the Liverpool Echo reports.Coroner's officer Paula White told the court that Mr Brown had an argument with his mum who left to go and stay at her dad's home.

The worried mum then received a phone call from her son's boyfriend, who still lived in Australia, who said that Mr Brown had sent a text message which said "he had an intention to take his own life".Emergency services were called to the address and paramedics were first on the scene at around 7.14am but sadly Mr Brown, who worked at McDonald's was confirmed to have died a minute later.A post-mortem examination revealed Mr Brown had consumed alcohol - around twice the limit of the legal driving amount - but no drugs were found in his system.

He died as a result of a cardiac arrest caused by asphyxia, the inquest heard.Assistant Coroner Kate Ainge told the inquest that Mr Brown had been "hearing voices but had no mental health diagnosis, nor was he known to any mental health services".

She explained there was no third party involvement and Merseyside Police confirmed there were no suspicious circumstances.Issuing a narrative verdict, Ms Ainge said due to his consumption of alcohol and ongoing mental health issues, she was "not satisfied that he intended on taking his life".

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