Suicide threats of man spurned by spouse driving rescue volunteers up the wall
By The Nation
Rescue volunteers in Chonburi’s Samet district are annoyed with the repeated threats of a person to kill himself each time his spouse rejects his advances at night time.
On June 9, Samet Police Station was notified of a person attempting to leap from a flyover in entrance of a shopping center within the district and despatched its officers to the scene.
They discovered a 43-year-old man standing on the sting of the flyover wanting down on the highway the place vehicles have been passing whereas bystanders watched the scene with shock.
The policemen teamed up with rescue volunteers to carry the person to security. When questioned, the person reportedly stated that his spouse had declined to sleep with him at night time.
Amnui Wasasiri, a rescue volunteer, stated the person had threatened to kill himself in public locations seven instances and each time the rationale was he couldn’t be intimate along with his spouse.
He stated the person’s actions have been aimed toward searching for consideration and ineffective however he needed to come and rescue the person in any circumstance because it was his responsibility.
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