When you’ve had it up to here with life, there are a few things you can do to say good-bye, painlessly. None of them appealed to 65-year-old Ms Wanpen. She did the unexpected and headed down to amut Prakarn Crocodile Farm, took her shoes off, and jumped into a pond filled with hundreds of crocodiles. Staff tried to help, but the water is close to 10-feet-deep, and the crocodiles made quick work out of the free meal.
Staff tried to use long sticks to stop the crocodiles from attacking her, according to the Bangkok Post.
Apparently Ms Wanpen had been acting depressed and left home. Her family filed a missing persons report but were told that they needed to wait 24 hours.
Earlier that day, Ms Wanpen’s family had tried to file a missing persons report after they discovered her disappearance, but they were reportedly told to wait for 24 hours
This isn’t a new form of suicide either. In 2002 another woamn did the exact same thing at the same crocodile zoo. We also posted a video a few years ago of what we thought wereÂ tigers mauling a zookeeper when it was actually later pointed out that it was a suicide as well.
Hell of a way to go.