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    A BRITISH man committed suicide by cutting off his own head with a chainsaw, an inquest into his death has found.
    David Phyall, 50, took his own life because he was "irrationally opposed" to leaving his home, which had been repossessed, Deputy Coroner Simon Burge said at Winchester Coroner's Court in southern England.

    "In the 15 years I have been sitting as a deputy coroner, this is the most bizarre case I can recall," said Burge, recording a verdict of suicide.

    "He thought through how he was going to commit suicide very carefully. He went to a great deal of trouble."

    Phyall, who had been drinking alcohol but not taken any drugs, tied the chainsaw to the leg of a snooker table and plugged it into a timer.

    Police were called to his apartment in Bishopstoke, southern England, on July 5 when his parents could not contact him.

    Requesting the parents to remain outside the property, officers broke in and found the walls and floor covered in blood, with Phyall's partially decapitated body in the lounge.

    The apartment block where he was living was set to be demolished and despite various efforts from the local housing authority, Phyall - who suffered from mental illness and had attempted suicide in the past - had declined several offers for an alternative home.

    Eventually, a court decided that his home, the only apartment in the block still occupied by anyone, was to be repossessed.
    "The world will not end today because it's already tomorrow in Australia"

  • #2
    Well let's not all go losing our heads...
    -News is Broken

    All mouth and no stones New York'rr chickens out of a simple bet.

    "Mr. Broken is being a bad boy." - Traffic Goddess

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    • #3
      That's gonna leave a mark.
      Enjoy the veal! Be sure to tip your weatherman!

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      • #4
        I wonder why they had to do an inquest to figure out how he died?
        "The world will not end today because it's already tomorrow in Australia"

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        • #5
          Probably a legal requirement, based on the victim's age.
          Enjoy the veal! Be sure to tip your weatherman!

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          • #6
            It was the solo from, "The Lumberjack," gone horribly wrong.
            Will rule the World for a snack

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Kace View Post
              It was the solo from, "The Lumberjack," gone horribly wrong.
              But I ain't jacked my lumber baby...since my chain saw you .

              I always thought chainsaws went well with guitars.
              "Only narcissists quote themselves."

              -tater

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              • #8
                He's gonna feel that in the morning...
                'Business doesn't exist to be a charity. It exists to screw over anyone and everyone it can for the betterment of the select few at the top of the food chain, the welfare of the workers who support it be damned. And it does so with thunderous applause from the right wing who are blind, unknowing, ignorant instruments of their own extinction.' - News Is Broken, 1/24/13

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