Woman Who Jumped To Her Death In Sunway Pyramid Was Allegedly Stressed About Work

She had stopped going to work two days before her death.

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A woman who jumped to her death in Sunway Pyramid on 28 December was allegedly stressed about work, according to her brother

"I was contacted by my sister's company that she stopped going to work on the 26th, and even exited the company's WhatsApp group all of a sudden," the brother of the 33-year-old woman, who worked as a baker, told Sin Chew Daily.

"Her friends had texted me on the 27th about her 'unusual' situation, and told me to pay more attention to her," he added.

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On the day of the incident, the woman was shopping with her elder sister

The woman's brother revealed that the sisters were going to the toilet together prior to the incident. 

"My sister brought her out for a drink, and they were going to the toilet together. However, my sister realised that something was wrong after waiting for her (the woman) for too long," he said. 

She then found her sister's body on LG2 floor of the mall.

A witness confirmed with New Straits Times that the woman's sister was the one who was weeping next to her body after the incident

China Press reported previously that the woman's sister was seen shaking her prostrate body asking, "Why were you so foolish?". 

The woman reportedly fell three floors to her death in the mall on 28 December:

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