Senior executive gave disturbing message before committing suicide
An Elite city banker has killed himself at the London Stock Exchange
A high-level senior investment banker has leaped to his death from a 7th-floor balcony in the London Stock Exchange building.
The man jumped from a glass walkway of the British capital’s busy financial hub and landed in the front lobby at around 9.45am UK time.
He was pronounced dead at 10.10am shortly after police arrived, although it’s believed the fall would’ve killed him instantly.
Although he has yet to be named by police, workers described him a “one of the bigwigs”.
According to one of the witnesses, he “ran along the walkway shouting and put one hand on the glass wall and jumped over it with both feet.”
“He didn’t even hesitate. He was shouting, ‘the end is coming! Get out while you still can!’”
“It was awful.”
Another worker based at the London Stock Exchange said:
“It’s horrifying, that’s all I can say.”
A fellow member of staff said:
“I came in this morning and there was a screen up in the reception lobby area and ambulances and police.
“There was an internal memo saying there had been an incident.….More Here