He and his family were staying at a friend’s house when he ‘flipped’ after returning from a country pub. He tried to jump out of a window, so his wife and friends had to lock him in a room for his own safety until paramedics came.

Fogle said “I don’t like using the word, but I was acting like a stereotypical madman. I thought I was doomed, I thought I was going to die. My wife and friends kept trying to calm me down as I was threatening to hurt myself.

“I was 100 per cent out of my normal character. I started feeling hypersensitive and I knew something was wrong. I picked my daughter up and she felt incredibly light, like a grain of rice. I suddenly had this compulsion to jump through a window. I went back into the bedroom and asked my wife, ‘Are you feeling okay’ she said ‘Yeah, are you?’ and I said, ‘Look at me’.”

“I was staring at her and then I just flipped and had a full on psychotic episode. I was ranting, marching up and down, hitting walls, trying to jump out of windows. My wife ran out and had to get my friends who had to restrain me.”

Fogle, 39, says he has never voluntarily taken recreational drugs reports The Daily Mail. “It was really upsetting because my wife had to see all of this. They had to lock the doors and restrain me from hurting myself. I wanted to throw myself on a glass table and through a window.”

He added: ‘Five doctors have now concluded it was almost certainly drugs and have 100 per cent ruled out that it was neurological or psychological.’ He added: ‘I’ve always been 100 per cent certain that I was spiked, however unlikely the scenario”

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