Troubled Man Throws Self Off Bridge Cliff, Dives 200 Meters Into Crocodile Infested Waters

Wonders shall never seize to end in this unpredictable world of ours.

Just when you thought you have seen it all when a certain local man in Masaka handcuffed both his wife and kid & then sliced them to death, there comes another ground breaking story that leaves your adrenaline bubbling like hot magma.

Another piece of mind blowing story just comes across the border in country side of Kenyatta’s land.

A man who is said to have gotten frustrated with life was recorded live on video jumping off a bridge that is approximately 200 meters above water surface.

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The man in question was travelling using his own vehicle but when he reached the middle of the bridge, he jumped out of the car and went straight to the edges of the towering cliff.

He then took deep breath and was spotted saying his last prayers before making the big jump into the crockdile infested waters.

As all this drama was unfolding, a reasonable number of people who seemed scared of the inevitable looked from inside their cars as some recorded the act of horror taking place live in the middle of the road.

Suicide is a major cause of premature mortality worldwide, but data on its epidemiology in Africa, the world’s second most populous continent, are limited.

Crude estimates suggest there are over 34,000 suicides per year in Africa, with an overall incidence rate of 3.2 per 100,000 population. The recent Global Burden of Disease (GBD) estimate of 49,558 deaths is somewhat higher, but falls within the inter-quartile range of our estimate. Suicide rates in men are typically at least three times higher than in women

The most frequently used methods of suicide are hanging and pesticide poisoning. Reported risk factors are similar for suicide and suicide attempts and include interpersonal difficulties, mental and physical health problems, socioeconomic problems and drug and alcohol use/abuse.

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