A 37-year-old man from Dauh Peken Village, Tabanan has committed suicide after allegedly not being able to pay his debts in Bali.
The Head of the Tabanan Police Department, Kompol I Nyoman Sukanada confirmed that the victim was already dead when he was found by his wife on Monday morning (26/7). “The victim who has been working at a glass workshop in Tabanan was found dead by his wife on Monday morning around 5:30am.” Kompol Sukanada said on Monday evening (26/7).
According to the information from the witness, the victim’s wife saw her husband watching a YouTube video when she woke up on Monday morning around 4:00am, but then she decided to go back to sleep right after. When the witness woke up and attempted to find her husband at 5:30am, she was shocked when she found him unconscious in front of the door. “The witness also found a glass that was filled with toxic liquids next to the victim’s body that morning.” Kompol Sukanada added.
Shortly after, the witness called her relatives before reporting the incident to the police. When the officers came with a medical team from a nearby clinic, the victim was confirmed dead without any injury from physical assault on his body. “According to the information from his family, the victim had shown signs of depression prior to his death after allegedly not being able to pay debts owed to his work place and then decided to end his life by consuming toxic liquids.” Kompol Sukanada concluded.
Disclaimer : This article is not meant to inspire anyone to do similar things, but to give more awareness to the readers to prevent somebody from potentially ending their lives. You can call or refer this hotline number from Love Inside Suicide Awareness (LISA) to someone who might need in order to save their lives +628113855472
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