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Sick Britain: The jeering crowds who urged suicidal man on McDonald's roof to 'jump off'
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 8709245:MV8xNDIwNDEyXzI5NzA3NDAyXzczN0JCMUU=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 10741539:MV8xNDIwNDEyXzI5NzA2MTQ4XzNERjkzMjhB] I think the people that tell them to jump, have a personal insight on suicide that most people don't have.... When a person tries to commit suicide by standing on a ledge it means that they are doing it publicly because they want to be talked out of it and are seeking attention from someone, or trying to make someone else feel bad for them. When a person truly is miserable and wants to die it's a very very personal thing.... they write a sealed letter, and kill themselves in the privacy of their own room so that no one will know so that no one can stop them.... Everytime my mom has almost been successful at suicide it's been when she says nothing..... that's what you have to watch for... So basically those people that are screaming jump off... are more or less calling them out for being completely full of shit... and they know it. [/quote] You're probably correct. There was a suicide near where I live (the 8th or 9th of its kind in the past few years). A 15 year old boy killed himself by having a train run over him. I hope he's the last, its so tragic. They've all been young men between about 15 and early twenties. All in the same general area, all hit by trains (intentionally). [/quote]
Jeering crowds urged a suicidal man to man to jump 50ft to his death from the roof of a McDonald's restaurant while police tried to talk him down, it was claimed yesterday.
He teetered on the edge of the building in Lowestoft, Suffolk, as spectators allegedly yelled 'jump off' and 'stop wasting our time, we've been here for ages, do us a favour'
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