The body of the man who jumped off the Second Penang bridge on Wednesday, after purportedly posting a suicide note on Facebook, has been found today.
In the lengthy suicide note which went viral, Mohd Sukri Saad, 38, said that he was being oppressed by a “cruel government”, adding that he was to be charged for selling RM360 worth of contraband cigarettes.
Facing possible jail time and hefty fines, the man admitted that though he was guilty, the punishment was far too heavy for the crime.
He also compared his crime to a “director who stole millions and yet was freed on bail”.
Though he was supposed to appear in court on Wednesday, he said he decided against it as he has no more money and is shouldering a lot of burden.