A POLISH father who wanted to “start a new life” in Southampton was found hanged months after coming to Britain, an inquest heard.

Marcin Sinski came to the city after splitting with his girlfriend but killed himself in January, leaving a note saying he was “not able to cope anymore with life”.

Winchester Coroner’s Court heard how the 28-year-old, who left his girlfriend and their daughter in Poland, found work shortly after moving in with family in September. He moved into his own room, in Holt Road, in January.

His brother, Mariusz, of Aster Road, Swaythling grew worried after his brother stopped responding to messages.

He visited his house on January 11 but there was no answer and called police after hearing a phone ring unanswered through the door.

Officers forced their way in to find Mr Sinski hanged.

Recording a verdict of suicide, central Hampshire coroner Grahame Short said there was no record of Mr Sinski suffering mental health problems.