A 25-year-old man has died after paramedics say an angry crowd prevented them from treating him in Sydney’s south. Paramedics were called to Iris Avenue in Riverwood where the 25-year-old was suspected of having suffered an overdose on Sunday morning. Five paramedics attended the scene but were not able to treat the man, who they said was in cardiac arrest. According to the Australian Paramedics Association, relatives of the man became “irate” and a crowd of “angry males” attempted to intervene, blocking those trying to administer treatment. Paramedics called for police to attend at about 7.45am, but the man was dead by the time they arrived. “We had the outrageous situation where a violent mob demanded paramedics hand over a defibrillator and drugs, saying they would treat the patient,” said APA secretary Steve Pearce. Man dead after mob of 'angry males' swarms paramedics 70 relatives show up to take drugs and a defibrillator away from the paramedics but.........none were there to take the drugs out of the 25 year old's hands?