It has been stated that cops were called in by a hospital patient for water and he died from thirst.
The staff of the hospital refused when Kane Gorny, 22, begged for something to drink.
An inquest was informed by his mother that the police was turned away by doctors when they reached the hospital.
Medics had failed in controlling his fluid levels and he had got dehydrated after he didn't receive his hormone medication and this led to his death the next day.
The family also said that when they held his lifeless body, a nurse came up and asked if she could bag him up now and if the family had finished.
His bones were weakened after he got some lifesaving steroids as he had needed a hip replacement and the year before Kane, a keen footballer, had suffered a brain tumour.
From his bed at the St George's Hospital in Tooting, South West London, he had given a call to his mom Rita Cronin the day after the May 2009 operation.
Mrs Cronin said, "He sounded really, really distressed. He said that they won't give me anything to drink. I've called the police, you'd better get here."
He had to be restrained as he was shouting at the staff present there and a doctor asked his mother if he was coming off booze.