An urgent public appeal has been issued by the Food Standards Agency for shops to remove all bottles of Pear D from their shelves, after a man died because it was laced with cocaine. Joromie Lewis, who was 33 and from Gosport, died just hours after drinking the juice drink in Southampton.
We spoke to Super Intendant James Fulton from Hampshire Police.
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