BREAKING NEWS: Authorities Rescue Call Center Agent in Bacolod Who Attempted To Jump Off Building

Call Center Center Attempts to Jump Off Building due to Problem, Authorities Move To Prevent Him

CALL CENTER AGENT – The authorities rescued a BPO company employee in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental who attempted to jump off a building.

Every person undeniably has a different way of coping with pain, sadness, and other negative emotions. However, such ways must not include harming one’s self. It is always best to pray, seek help, or at least talk to another person whenever the things inside your mind are becoming very heavy to handle anymore that they are leading you to commit undesirable moves.

Recently, another person has placed himself at risk over the problems that are going on in his life. Based on a report of RB Sweet FM Bacolod, a call center agent working in a BPO company in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental attempted to jump off a building due to love problems.

It was at around 6:00 a.m. today when the 22-year-old call center agent attempted to jump off the high-rise building where he works at. Fortunately, the authorities from the Bureau of Fire Protection were successful at rescuing him and preventing him from really pushing through with his plan.

According to BFP, the girlfriend of the young man has just broken up with him. Although they are no longer together, he feels jealous about his ex-girlfriend who is reportedly his “first love”. Based on the report, his mother revealed that he has not been eating for two (2) days now and would usually stay in his room and cry.

Early today, the young man was spotted on the 5th floor of the building attempting to jump. The authorities were able to successfully rescue him and prevent worse scenarios.

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Photo Credit: Bombo Radyo Bacolod

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