A widower has died of a suspected heart attack just two days after a supposed good Samaritan mugged him of his pension.Joseph Louden, 87, was a creature of habit, said step-daughter Carole Beer, always eating breakfast at The Panniers in Boutport Street before collecting his £160 pension from the Post Office. On Monday, August 3, Mr Loudens, who suffered poor eyesight due to a cataract, went to collect his pension as usual, but as he crossed the road a woman offered to give him a hand. Mrs Beer said: As she helped him she told him he had dropped something and picked up a £20 note and gave it to him. But after she walked off he realised she had taken his pension and only left him the £20. Mrs Beer said her step-father had not wanted to make a fuss and the only description he had, due to his eyesight, was that the woman was wearing a white jumper. But two days later, when Mr Loudens went to have his usual breakfast, he collapsed and died of a suspected heart attack. Mrs Beer added: I dont know if it was because of the stress of what had happened; he didnt want to make a fuss and I think he probably felt a bit stupid and embarrased. What that person did, pretending to be a good Samaritan, was despicable. I dont know if anyone would have seen anything, but I just want people to be aware. Mrs Beer posted about the incident on Facebook, and said she was overwhelmed by the kind messages. One woman even said she would arrange a collection to raise the £160, I couldnt believe it, she said.Witnesses can call police on 101 quoting CR\/55756\/15.