Verdict recorded in inquest into Mike "Ratts" Williams's death
AN inquest into the death of Mike "Ratts" Williams has found that he died from "multiple traumatic injuries sustained from a fall from height".
Carmarthenshire coroner Mark Layton gave a "narrative determination" that Michael Robert Williams "threw himself off the multi-storey car park" in May of this year.
However, Mr Layton added that the "question of intent remains unclear".
The 20-year-old died in the early hours of Saturday, May 18.
During the evening leading up to his death, the inquest heard that the dad of one had been consuming large amounts of alcohol, including Jagermeister and Stella Artois.
Coroner's officer Tudor Rees added that Mike had seen two of his friends in Stepney Street and had said that he was going to kill himself on many occasions.
He was later found on the ramp at the multi-storey, and his sister Jessica Williams had witnessed him dive off the side of the car park, the inquest heard.
A postmortem examination showed that a sample of Mr Williams's blood contained 197 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood.
Also present in Mr Williams's blood were the chemicals THC and THCC, which the coroner said suggested recent use of cannabis.
Referring to the cannabis use, the coroner added: "The deceased could have been experiencing one or more of the effects of cannabis."
Concluding the inquest, Mr Layton said: "He had consumed a considerable amount of alcohol and had cannabis in his system.
"He was upset and angry at the time he threw himself off the car park."