So when someone has a messy suicide, like they blow their brains out and it splatters all over the wall and carpet, or if they slit their wrists, who's job is it to clean all that shit up? Like after the police take the body, do they scrape as much brain and skull chunks as they can into a ziplock bag and call it a day and go "sorry bro the rest is your job"?
I'm genuinly curious. I was thinking about what if I blew my brains out, where I'd do it, and I thought "well I'd do it in the bathtub so they can just rinse all that stuff down the drain easily, and I'd barricade the door shut and leave a note outside that just said to call the police and not come in".
I heard before from some guy that he had to clean up his best friend's brain chunks.
There are companies that specifically clean crime scenes
I've heard the same as you, often times the family just has to clean it up.
It's way better to go into the forest somewhere to off yourself imo.
If it were me, I'd go to some tropical country and just blow all the money I had, then get lost in the jungle and starve maybe
>>If it were me, I'd go to some tropical country and just blow all the money I had, then get lost in the jungle and starve maybe
best way i ever heard to deal with the situation.
>>6101>I heard before from some guy that he had to clean up his best friend's brain chunks.
tell varg I said hi
>>6101>do they scrape as much brain and skull chunks as they can into a ziplock bag and call it a day and go "sorry bro the rest is your job"?
That's exactly what happens.
did he throw it in the trash, or keep it? what did he do with it exactly
A family member killed themselves and after cleaning my family just threw everything in a trash bag and had sanitary services pick it up. It's considered hazardous so you can't just dump it anywhere.
my cousin died of heroin overdose while staying at our house. cops came and told us there were way too many needles to go in there and we shouldn't go through the door until we get a cleaning crew. they gave us the number of a good service who came and appraised the room and quoted us $2000. when they realized we had no money whatsoever for that and would've just had to leave it and clean it up slowly and carefully they decided to come back and clean it up for free on their personal time. nicest thing anyone's ever done for me.
tl;dr you hire a hazardous material removal company to do it for you, or if you're poor you just gotta do it yourself.
my cousin passed away and his wife killed herself with a shotgun a few months after. It was pretty awful. My uncle and aunt and the wife's parents were responsible for cleaning up the house. They hired cleaning crews to help out.
Reminds me of Sunshine Cleaning, it's a decent movie directed by a woman. It's about two sisters who are struggling in life and end up working as a hazardous waste / crime scene clean up crew.