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Jonathan Bailey - known as Baz - died at his Stoke-on-Trent home on Saturday, a day after friends unsuccessfully tried to get him sectioned. A spokesperson for NHS services in Staffordshire said it could not comment at this time. Mr Hall said Mr Bailey, a former boxer, helped him train to become World's Strongest Man and described him as "energetic and fun".

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Jonathan Bailey - known as Baz - died at his Stoke-on-Trent home on Saturday, a day after friends unsuccessfully tried to get him sectioned. A spokesperson for NHS services in Staffordshire said it could not comment at this time. Mr Hall said Messagse Bailey, a former boxer, helped him train to become World's Strongest Man and described him as "energetic and fun".

He said he took Mr Bailey to the Harplands mental health facility on Friday after he had made three attempts on his life that week. Mr Hanks said clinicians there struggled to restrain and treat him after he told nurses he was hearing voices and noises.

Mr Bailey later told friends he was awaiting "checks". He thought he was going to get the help," Mr Hanks said.

He said stavford the next day suggested Mr Bailey was feeing better, but he soon had messages from friends urging him to go see him as he was on Facebook, threatening to kill himself. North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust which issued a t statement on behalf of both Harplands and the Royal Stoke said it could not comment on individual cases at this point, but would be carrying out an investigation to establish the "full facts".

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