Norwich man died of head injury after row with cyclist
A man found dead at home two days after an argument with a cyclist died of a head injury, an inquest has heard.
William Phillips, 34, was found by his mother at Derby Street, Norwich, on 20 July.
Coroner William Armstrong said he had suffered a head injury two days earlier and had been discharged from hospital.
Police have said Mr Phillips had an altercation with a cyclist in Oak Street on 18 July. A 22-year-old man is on police bail over the incident.
Mr Armstrong said post-mortem examinations had not concluded but a provisional cause of death was given as acute subdural haematoma, as a result of a head injury.
He adjourned the inquest to a later date, pending the result of the police investigation.