Brit-Indian honeymoon murder suspect Dewani 'spends days playing computer games'
Brit-Indian billionaire Shrien Dewani, who has been accused of hiring a hitman to kill his wife Anni, spends his days playing computer games in a camper van on the grounds of a mental hospital, a court has heard.
Dewani, 32, is being treated for depression and post-traumatic stress disorder so he can be extradited to face charges over the death of Anni, 28, in Cape Town.
According to the Daily Mirror, he told doctors the smell of the breath of the man who he claims held a gun to his head before shooting dead his bride in November 2010 is "burned into his brain", Westminster magistrates court heard.
It was claimed he also has flashbacks and is aggressive towards staff at Fromeside Clinic, in Bristol, the report said.
A judge ruled Dewani, who is on bail and maintains his innocence, can move to the city's Blaise View mental health hospital, which has lower levels of security and a calmer environment, the report added.