Man escapes work stress, rescued after six days misplaced in forest

A 41-year-old man, Mohamad Suhairy Mohamed, who had sought refuge in a forest for six days to flee work-related stress, was rescued by the Malaysia Fire and Rescue Department (JBPM) in the early hours of the morning. The rescue occurred after the man contacted emergency services for help.
Perak JBPM assistant director of operations, Sabarodzi Nor Ahmad, acknowledged that firefighters received the call at 11.44pm yesterday and instantly rushed to the situation provided by the sufferer. According to Sabarodzi, Mohamad Suhairy had boarded a bus from Kuala Lumpur to Terminal Amanjaya on June 3 as a outcome of stress at work and determined to stay in the wilderness.
However, after getting misplaced in Fast and unable to find meals, the man determined to call the emergency line 999 using his mobile phone. The sufferer was wearing an orange T-shirt and blue denims on the time of his rescue. Although he had telephone service, there was no web connection available.
“He entered the forest via the Tenaga Nasional Berhad’s major distribution sub-station close to the National Audit Department. Upon arrival on the scene, the operation commander contacted the sufferer, who stated that he heard the presence of fireside engines from the forest,” Sabarodzi explained..

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