Food Standards Agency urge shops to remove drink

Tributes have been paid to a Hampshire man who drank a fruit juice and died just hours later.

A lethal amount of cocaine was contained in the Pear D consumed by Joromie Lews from Gosport.

The Food Standards Agency has issued a warning, urging the drink to be removed from shop shelves.

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Man dies after drinking liquid laced with cocaine

A man from Gosport has died after drinking what he thought was a pear-flavoured fruit drink. Tests later showed the liquid contained a lethal amount of cocaine.