BBC News released a shocking video of a 30-year-old woman falling from an apartment in Sara Al Salem, central Kuwait.
Fawzia al-Sabah, a housekeeper in the footage, is hanging for her life on the 7th floor window railing.
The housekeeper was crying and shouting, “Please help me,” to the landlord who is filming her amidst her cries for help.
But the landlord did not reach out to help the housekeeper who was in danger.
The landlord barely noticed the housekeeper holding the window sill and even filmed her with a camera.
The housekeeper, who was holding on with one arm, eventually fell from the 7th floor of the apartment and suffered injuries such as broken arms and legs.
The full video of the dire situation at that time can be seen below.
The landlord posted a video of her on the SNS, as if she didn’t care that the woman was hurt and hospitalized.
The local residents shouted out strong criticism and anger towards the landlord, and the Kuwaiti Human Rights Association and the police started to investigate.
According to the reports, the housekeeper said that the landlord was trying to kill her and hanged on the railing to escape, but the landlord stated that the housekeeper had attempted to commit suicide.
When the criticism started to grow out of hand the landlord said, “I thought I might be blamed for killing her if she fell down so I took the video.”
On the other hand, the housekeeper said she plans to sue the landlord with the lawyers of human rights associations who have been trying to help her.
In Kuwait, a person can be sentenced to up to three months of prison if they do not knowingly help someone at risk.
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