Man, 32, charged with murder of Paul Gunner in Bexley

16:58 07 February 2012

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A 32-year-old man has appeared in court charged with the murder of Paul Gunner.

Ben Worden, 32, from Welling has today (7) been charged with the murder of 32-year old Paul Gunner in Bexley.

He appeared via virtual court at Camberwell Green Magistrates’ Court and was remanded to appear at the Old Bailey on Thursday (9).

He was punched unconscious outside a kebab shop in Bexley High Street at 1am on October 16 last year whilst out celebrating his birthday. The electrical rigger from Slade Green, who worked on BBC shows Strictly Come Dancing and Later...with Jools Holland, was taken to hospital but died an hour later.

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