Feb 21

“In this case given the evidence the death of Mr Clarke was an attempt of some sort of sexual gratification that went wrong.”
Coroner David Bowen

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Prof. Clarke, director of the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute and Cancer Research UK

Leading scientist found dead in rubber suit (Telegraph):

Professor Alan Clarke found dead in woodland wearing a full body rubber suit after taking his dog for a walk

One of Britain’s leading medical researchers was found dead in a rubber suit in woodland in a bizarre sex fetish, an inquest heard.

Professor Alan Clarke, 52, was discovered by his wife and neighbours in a blue and black rubber suit three hours after taking the family’s dog for a walk.

Prof Clarke, director of the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute and Cancer Research UK, was found with a dog lead around his neck and was wearing a hooded mask.

“In this case given the evidence the death of Mr Clarke was an attempt of some sort of sexual gratification that went wrong.”
Coroner David Bowen

His wife Kathryn and three neighbours had gone to look for him after he failed to return home from walking his dog Tess.

The father-of-two was discovered suspended from a tree by the dog lead in the rubber suit.

Neighbour Steven Rogers told the hearing that he helped search for Prof Clarke on December 28 last year in Llangeview, near Usk, Monmouthsire.

He said: “Mrs Clarke came to my house anxious and upset and explained that her husband had gone out with the dog earlier that afternoon and had not returned.

“During the search I could hear the very distant sound of a dog barking.

“I followed the sound in the hope that it was Tess the family dog.

“Eventually we found the dog on the opposite side of a stream from where we were walking.

“When I reached her I looked around the area with the aid of a torch and I saw a man kneeling with his face down suspended by a dog lead tied around his neck.

“His head was covered by a hood with holes in it for eyes and a mouth.

“He was wearing a thin blue jacket with leather-like trousers.

“I couldn’t see his face clearly but I knew it was Alan and I knew he was dead.”

Prof Clarke, based at Cardiff University, was a renowned expert in cancer research specialising in bowel, breast and prostate illnesses.Pathologist Ian Thompson gave the cause of death as asphyxiation by hanging.

Coroner David Bowen told the Newport hearing: “In this case given the evidence the death of Mr Clarke was an attempt of some sort of sexual gratification that went wrong.”

Mr Bowen told the hearing there was evidence Prof Clarke started wearing the rubber outfit after his wife Kathryn was diagnosed with cancer.

He said: “In recent years Kathryn was diagnosed with cancer and since she had been ill her husband had taken to wearing such an outfit.”

He recorded a conclusion of misadventure.

Speaking after his death, Professor Jim Murray, head of biosciences at Cardiff University, described his colleague as an “outstanding scientist”.

“The sudden and untimely death of Prof Clarke will be felt by all of us who knew him and the wider scientific community,” he said.

“He was an invaluable colleague, a patient and thoughtful mentor, and an outstanding scientist and leader. At this tragic time our thoughts are with his family, friends and close colleagues.”

Cardiff University chancellor Sir Martin Evans – a Nobel Prize winner for medicine – said: “The sudden and untimely death of Alan Clarke

has taken from us a friend, an eternally upbeat individualistic colleague and a superb scientist, teacher and leader.

“Alan was always seen in T-shirt and jeans, he had no truck for formality and a suit was for him a foreign garment.”

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