Inquest ruled 'accidental death' for man who died at Westgate shopping centre

Robert Droy suffered a heart attack after choking on a bit of sandwich Credit: Thames Valley Police

An inquest into the death of a disability campaigner found that his cause of death was "accidental".

Robert Droy, who was 44, suffered a heart attack after choking on a piece of sandwich from Paul's the Bakery at the Westgate Shopping Centre in Oxford.

He was taken to hospital but died six days later.

A spokesperson from Westgate said the safety and well-being of their guests is their highest priority.