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SuicideXuzhou, China — Apparently fed up with his girlfriend’s addiction to shoes and/or shopping, a 38-year-old man took a flying leap from the seventh floor balcony of the Golden Eagle International Shopping Center Saturday.

Tao Hsiao had apparently been shopping with his lady for five grueling hours that day, when she insisted that they check out just one more shoe store. I could seriously hear shrill whining as I wrote that sentence. Now I’m feeling a little stabby….

Witnesses reported hearing Hsiao saying the woman already had enough shoes — more than she could possibly wear in a lifetime. It was pointless to buy more. This apparently angered the footwear fanatic. Witnesses claim the woman started shouting, calling the man a skinflint and a Scrooge of sorts.

Hsiao was done. Done with her, done with her voice, and done friggin’ shopping. Security footage apparently shows him dropping the shopping bags in anger and jumping from the balcony.

Fortunately, no one broke his fall and the body was quickly removed from the scene. No word on whether the woman continued her shopping…..

Speaking of breaking someone’s fall, remember the suicidal woman that injured a 17-year-old boy when she took the same kind of leap in Queen’s Center Mall back in ’09? Why, yes, we did cover it! Glad you asked! Here, let me refresh your memory.

 

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