Residents of Taman Tun Dr. Ismail was in state of shock two days ago, when a man, believed to be a Nepali plunged to death at a shop lot along Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 1.
The man spotted on the roof above Starbucks around late morning.
The police and fire rescue team were alerted around 8.56 a.m after the man was seen climbing to the rooftop around 8.30 a.m. The rescuers went on to try and persuade the Nepalese man, but to no avail, which led the team to set up a safety air cushion on the ground.
According to a report in Berita Harian, the 30 year old Nepali man climbed to the rooftop after learning that he will be deported back to his country due mentally illness.
However, around 11 a.m, the Nepali man slipped and fell to his death, missing the safety air cushion on the ground, while attempting to walk on the roof.
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