I came home from work today to foul smelling pyre on our backyard and G.F.G agitated and trying to patch up his arm in the kitchen. His story is that he was cleaning his closets, throwing away and burning rubbish he found and accidentally burnt himself a bit. Pure BS if you ask me. Yes, stuff he burnt is his but not rubbish. I took a look and what I could figure out much of it is stuff with sentimental value. And most in no way fit to be burnt. Either doesn't burn well, should had been recycled or was worth money if sold. It also seems quite obvious he has been raging and throwing and breaking things both in his room and at kitchen. For some damage he blames the dogs. And sister in law stopped by to check if he is okay because she felt he was agitated and upset at the morning when he stopped at her place. And it also seems evident G.F.G been playing with capsaicin again. His burn isn't bad, second degree, not the size of his palm, close enough to the joint I was able to talk him here, but not really in joint, and would I believe the accident story for a second I wouldn't have insisted trip to ER. Not that this is likely to achieve anything. I got a word between when nurse was doing the admittance interview and checking the urgency and mentioned self harm and recent mental crisis. But G.F.G is coherent, stable enough and likely denying anything. He is currently with the doctor and it seems to take long enough that at least he is asked about it more thoroughly. But basically I just hope that they will refer this to his mental health provider so that even if he doesn't tell, they learn about this. Just huge blah. It seemed like he was slowly gaining his ground again and this is rather big set back after him being seemingly more normal, social and moving forward during last few days. Getting rid of the personal belongings is of course the warning sign of the suicide but I kind of think this is not that. Things he burnt are more signs of achievements than anything else. Not so much stuff that would be dear to him or something he is attached to.