AN Indian man jumped to his death from the 6th floor of a condominium he was living in off Phahonyothin road today (April 29) with his relatives telling police that he was stressed out as he had already reached the last stage of cancer, INN News reported.
Pol Lt Chakrit Suwanwong, an investigator at Phahonyothin police station, rushed to the condominium in Phahonyothin soi 2 together with forensic officers and rescuers and found the deceased lying supine on some planters at the small garden below building number 2.
His wife, sister, son and daughter told police that he had intestinal cancer and was badly stressed over his medical condition.
Within the flat there was no signs of struggle or violence nor were belongings searched.
Police found a death note where the deceased said he was stressed about his health and decided to jump to escape these problems.
His body has been taken for a forensic examination to officially determine the cause of this death, and will be later released to his relatives for funeral.
Top: Pixelated image of the Indian man lying dead at the condo garden. Photo: INN News