A 26-year-old Malaysian woman committed suicide yesterday afternoon (16th December) at 12pm by jumping off a shopping mall building in Klang.
According to China Press, Khoo, who works as a secretary in a restaurant, had multiple debts and had sought help from a social worker about a month ago when she owed money to three loan sharks.
Peter, the social worker, said he was able to negotiate with the loan sharks and Khoo’s mother had also sent over some money. Through Peter’s assistance, Khoo managed to pay off her debts last week.
On the night before the incident, Peter said that he had talked to Khoo and advised her not to borrow money from loan sharks again. However, he did not expect to hear the tragic news that she fell to her death yesterday afternoon.
“Friends, family, I’m gone. My life has been a failure. I have done a lot of wrong things and hurt a lot of people who care about me and love me,” she wrote.
“I don’t know how to face you, so I choose to avoid it all. Sorry, I’m weak.”
“I have never given my parents a good life for the past 26 years, and I have only repeatedly created problems for them to help me solve.”
“Thank you to those friends and family who helped me during my difficult time. Thank you all. I just hope that I will be an obedient child in the afterlife.”
“Goodbye, family and friends. See you soon.”