Inmate notorious for TV tirade is discovered dead
A PRISONER whose foul-mouthed rant became an internet hit after being featured on Channel 4 documentary Coppers has died.
Daniel MacIntyre, 35, was found at his girlfriend's home in St William's Way, Rochester, at 1.40pm on June 26.
An ambulance crew was called, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.
An inquest was opened and adjourned on Thursday, June 30, with a full hearing expected to take place later in the year.
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Toxicology tests were requested by MidKent and Medway coroner Patricia Harding.
Mr MacIntyre, an unemployed labourer known to friends as Danny Mac, was shown on internet sites across the world after he was featured in an episode of the show centred at Medway custody suite in Gillingham.
The self-confessed drug user was filmed after he was arrested for being drunk and disorderly.
The footage included an expletive-laden poem, with references to heroin, that Mr MacIntyre had penned in his cell.