Brian Thomas, 59, of Neath, south Wales was cleared last week of murdering his wife Christine in his sleep as he dreamed he was battling with an intruder. It was found he suffered from a long-standing sleep disorder and could not be held responsible for his actions.
He said in an interview: "The psychiatrists have told me I'm not to sleep with anybody in the future - it's frightening."
Frightening? To think that he would ever consider sleeping beside someone ever again is frightening and makes me wonder at human nature. Wouldn't you think anyone who had such an affliction would ensure they slept entirely alone without requiring medical advice? It takes all sorts, as they say.