Completely desperate? British 50-year-old man hanged himself in front of 400 in disregard of persuasion by dozens of people
As the Internet becomes more and more developed, online live broadcasts are also blooming everywhere, but have you ever watched live broadcasts commit suicide?
The Daily Mail reported on July 13 that a 50-year-old man in the United Kingdom posted on social media that he was going to commit suicide. Then dozens of people tried to persuade and stop him, but the man Still committed suicide, and chose live suicide, a total of 400 people watched the live broadcast.
This 50-year-old man’s name is Jonathan Baza- Bailey, a mental health athlete and a local hero in his area, founded a gym in Chesterton and was a member of a local anti-drug organization.
At 1pm on July 11, Bailey wrote on Facebook:”I am going to hang myself today.”
A friend of Bailey saw this sentence After talking, he hurried to his residence to try to stop Bailey from committing suicide, but when the friend arrived, his body was taken away by the police.
In addition, some netizens desperately reminded the Facebook system. After receiving the message, Facebook sent Bailey supporting documents to encourage and prevent suicide, and some people sent Bailey a message to encourage him to live. Go on, but none of these heart-warming moves had any effect, and Bailey finally went to death.
At that time, more than 400 people watched Bailey’s suicide Live broadcast.
Why did Bailey commit suicide? His daughter Lucy detailed her despair on the British mental health service on Facebook. She accused the mental health service of failing her father many times.
Lucy uploaded two screenshots of Mr. Bailey’s text messages, stating that he did not get enough advice from the Mental Health Service, nor did he get the correct medication to treat his depression.
Before deciding to commit suicide, Bailey detailed his experience of calling the crisis team for help. He was only told that it would take four to six weeks for the medicine to be effective. Only his psychiatrist has the right to change his medication plan, but he has to wait until November 22 to make an appointment with the psychiatrist.
“I will never accept the fact that you have left, we can’t talk every day, we can no longer see you hugging you, I will always try to be your proud daughter.” Lucy said .
The local anti-drug organization stated on Facebook that Bailey He is an extraordinary person, and he is very lucky to know him. Although he has been around for a short time, his influence on the whole organization is extremely huge. This influence cannot be summarized in a few words.
“Bailey is a true legend in our organization. His enthusiasm and perseverance make the community a better place. We hope that his good qualities will continue in the people he inspires.” The GoFundMe page that raised money for Mr. Bailey’s funeral has raised £6,595.
Its creator Stefan Albert-Hanks wrote:”I believe Bailey has touched the hearts of everyone near Stoke-on-Trent, I can honestly He said that he has helped me a lot in his life. He has known him for more than 20 years. He has always been a person who has spared no effort to help others, even if he needs help himself.”
Only for those who don’t know why Bailey wanted to live commit suicide, and watched him commit suicide, what would he think?
Perhaps, when a person really feels desperate about the world or himself, people can’t stop him from committing suicide, but many times, we can help them before this happens. If there are such people around you, please pay more attention, maybe you can save a person’s life.