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Jonathan Bailey, 50, known as Baz or Bazza, was found dead at an address in Newcastle-under-Lyme after announcing his plans to take his own life on Facebook. Social media giant says post “deleted” too soon after posting

Jonathan Bailey, 50, known as Baz or Bazza, posted on Facebook about his intent and caused some of his friends and followers on the site to communicate with his social media platform.
Facebook sent live “support documents” on its platform after an English gym owner announced he was planning to take his own life.

Jonathan Bailey Live Streaming Death

While a mental health campaigner pleaded with dozens to stop him, he aired his own death in a devastating way on Facebook.

Jonathan Bailey, known as popular community champion Baz or Bazza, told social media followers that he plans to take his own life before starting the broadcast.

Distressed users have desperately warned Facebook about what’s happening, but the live stream has continued.

A 50-year-old boy died after medics were called to ‘medical emergency’ reports at an address in Larkspur Grove in Newcastle-under-Lyme. stokeontrentliv to.

According to reports, Facebook went under fire because it could not stop the live stream watched by more than 400 people.

However, after Facebook’s first post on Saturday afternoon, it turned out that he provided “support resources” to fitness fan Baz.

Live Stream Deleted

The live stream was then deleted.
The result of the post-mortem investigation was not disclosed.
A Facebook company spokesperson said: “Our thoughts go to Mr. Bailey’s family at this difficult time.
“We can verify that the live stream was deleted immediately after it was broadcast and another broadcast was removed at the request of the family.

“We take the responsibility of keeping people safe on our platforms, and we will continue to work closely with experts like Samaritans to ensure that our policies continue to support those in need.”

Baz had set up a Chesterton gym and had set up a Facebook group to deal with the scourge of monkey dust, which had previously disturbed North Staffordshire.