Depressed about the headaches, a Japanese national was found hanged at his homestay in Denpasar.
Ketut Sukadi, the spokesman from the Denpasar City Police, said, “The 52-year-old Japanese national was desperate to end his life by hanging himself because he was depressed about the headaches he hasn’t been able to recover from.”
Police believing that the victim committed suicide.
The victim, identified by his initials NT, had been suffering headaches since March 17, 2021.
A witness, identified as TBS, who’s a friend of NT, told the police that the victim would often stagger when he’s walking.
TBS was visiting him on Monday evening and briefly went out to buy him food. After return, he finds him hanging in front of the bathroom.
From the information reportedly that NT worked as a tour guide for Japanese tourists.
Throughout the pandemic, NT had mostly stayed inside his room.
NT had been staying in the homestay since 2019 and never had any problems, according to the staff, until he started complaining of headaches last month.
As information, Indonesia currently does not have a fully functioning government-run suicide prevention