The victim in Amesbury said he did not remember where he found the bottle of poison

The victim in Amesbury said he did not remember where he found the bottle of poison

MOSCOW, 24 Jul — RIA Novosti. Briton Charlie Rowley, who suffered from poisoning with nerve substance in Amesbury said he did not remember where they found the bottle with poison gas, which gave his girlfriend died later in hospital, Salisbury, informs the British TV channel ITV.

In an interview Rowley said that he can’t remember where I found the box in the wrap, which he thought was a bottle of perfume. According to him, she’d been to his house a few days in Amesbury before he gave it to a friend. Rowley noted that the vial was “oily substance”, which by the smell was like perfume.

According to him, his friend fell ill about 15 minutes after being sprayed in the vial substance on the wrist.

“I think that after about 15 minutes, the don said that she had a headache and asked if I had pills. I began to look at the apartment, she said she feels weird and she needs to lie down in the tub, what then seemed to me a bit strange,” said Rowley.

Earlier Rowley in an interview with newspaper the Sun said that he had found a bottle of perfume and did not suspect that the finding may pose a threat. The man also remembered that the bottle cracked in his hands.

According to him, he was lucky that he survived. Rowley said that he is sorry that he gave the “spirits” of his friend and expressed condolences to her relatives.

On the morning of 4 July, the British police have reported a “serious incident” in Amesbury, where two people “were under the influence of an unknown substance” and was hospitalized in critical condition. Later Scotland Yard confirmed that a man and a woman were poisoned by the same substance that worked for the British security services of ex-GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia. The victim of poisoning 44-year-old don Sturgis on the evening of 8 July, died in County hospital Salisbury. Soon after he regained consciousness the second victim — 45-year-old Charlie Rowley. London accuses the government of the Russian Federation in the poisoning Skrobala, Moscow categorically denies it.