An Egyptian farmer committed suicide with poison in grief over the death of his wife

An Egyptian farmer ended his life by eating a poisonous grain, mourning the departure of his wife, in an incident that stirred the feelings of the Egyptians.

In the details, a seventy-year-old farmer ended his life by eating the deadly grain, and then was transferred to a hospital for autopsy purposes and to determine the causes of death.

After examining the body, it was found that it belonged to an elderly agricultural worker, residing in an Egyptian village.

By asking his sons, they admitted that their father had taken the deadly grain of the grain because he was in a bad psychological condition against the background of the death of their mother (his wife).

They added that their father, after entering a state of great sadness, decided to end his life, as he could not continue to live after the death of their mother. 

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