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Thai man murders his neighbor in argument over washing line outside his house

 

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Shocking CCTV footage from a housing estate in Ayuthaya showed the moment a 56 year old Thai man murdered his 57 year old next door neighbor by driving a car straight into him.

 

The victim's wife said there can be no doubt about the intention of the neighbor to kill her husband. 

 

The pair had been known to argue about a washing line that was set up in the soi outside.

 

Pol Maj Kamphon Inthewong  and rescue services found 57 year old Suphan Yatbanthung about 50 meters from his house lying dead from multiple injuries. 

 

Outside his house were parts of a car and damaged flower pots. 

 

CCTV showed the killer - known to be Phaiboon Sangsan, 56 - back-up in a car then plow into his neighbor who was tidying up and watering his plants. 

 

There were two boys in the car. Phaiboon had been hired to take them for football practice. 

 

The car was found damaged and abandoned at the football pitch parking lot 3 kilometers away. The assailant had fled. 

 

A warrant is out for his arrest. 

 

Daily News reported that the assailant is a motor cycle taxi rider and was apparently driving another neighbor's car to take the boys to football. The victim was a public works engineer employed by the Department of Rural Roads.

 

His wife Pankamon Rasamee, 41, said she was making lunch and was not aware of any argument. She came out when she heard a loud noise and saw her husband lying in the soi and called the authorities. 

 

CCTV footage left her in no doubt as to who was to blame and his intentions. 

 

She said she was not aware about her husband arguing with their neighbor but Daily News said it was over the washing line. 

 

They said that both men were on the committee at the Krung Sri City housing estate in Klong Suan Phlu where the incident happened. 

 

Source: Daily News

 

 

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Neighbors "wai" grieving wife in apology for actions of murderer - police expect quick arrest

 

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Daily News reported that police in Ayuthaya confrimed the reason a man drove into his next door neighbor was because of an argument over a washing line. 

 

Chief of the Ayuthaya police Pol Col Prawet Srinak expects a quick arrest as he doubts that Phaiboon Sangsan, 56, has fled far. 

 

Phaiboon was caught on CCTV driving straight into the back of Suphan Yatbanthung who was watering his plants in front of his house in the Krung Sri City housing estate in  Klong Suan Phlu. 

 

He will be charged with premeditated murder when caught. 

 

Two boys in the car were being taken to football practice. The car was found abandoned in the football pitch car park 3 kilometers away.

 

Meanwhile the murderer's wife and children reportedly went to "wai" in apology on his behalf to grieving neighbor and wife of the victim Pankamon Rasamee, 41. 

 

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Fail to see how this is djfferent from shooting or stabbing the guy. As he was driving i inagine the laws will give serious discounts as multiple precedents have been set in other such major news local stories.

 

The wai sounds pathetic also. But without getting the wallet out it won't be enough

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Thais are killing others because washing lines or other small reasons but never farmers for setting fires and poisoning the air for them and the kids. THAT would be be a real reason.

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5 minutes ago, fhickson said:

looks like the clothes line is hanging out blocking the street?

Are you blind....................?

 

PS. Daftest post of the week..............🙄

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Well, I guess that argument was settled. What can one say? There are an awful lot of people here who have not developed sufficiently, on an emotional level. Especially a portion of Thai men. It has alot to do with being told how special they are, while growing up. They are not special. No man is automatically special. When we make some contributions with our work, our service to our families, and our communities, and when we behave in an honorable, and graceful fashion toward others, then we earn the right to be called special. 

 

I recommend to all Thai parents, that starting at the age of three, they tell their sons:

 

You are NOT special. You are just an average human being. Your sisters are smarter than you, they work harder, they are more ambitions and they are more clever. They basically run this nation. Until you demonstrate something to society, you are average at best. Make a contribution. Earn the right to be called special. 

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The guy lived next door had a long feud with the poor guy who died over cooking smells and encroachment onto “his “ personal space with the washing line etc.

 

Woman over the soi asked him to drive her two sons to football practice, wasn’t even his car . Sat behind the wheel years of pent up anger arose and .........well.............he lost it big time !!

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10 minutes ago, Andrew Dwyer said:

The guy lived next door had a long feud with the poor guy who died over cooking smells and encroachment onto “his “ personal space with the washing line etc.

 

Woman over the soi asked him to drive her two sons to football practice, wasn’t even his car . Sat behind the wheel years of pent up anger arose and .........well.............he lost it big time !!

Washing lines can be a major source of conflict in Thailand. eh @Liverpudlian 555

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59 minutes ago, transam said:
1 hour ago, fhickson said:

looks like the clothes line is hanging out blocking the street?

Are you blind....................?

 

PS. Daftest post of the week..............🙄

 

Not really, the washing line / stand is a couple of meters out into the street. 

 

If the ‘Murderer’ has put up with years of the deceased encroaching onto his space, cooking smells etc getting into his house etc this may just have been the very 'straw that broke the camels back’...

 

It must take years and years of frustration to drive someone to such a response, or the Murderer was a total crack-pot...  Either way, he’s not facing a live time in prison for his stupid actions in snapping and going to the extreme.

 

 

 

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One of the most pertinent lines in the OP is that they were both on the housing committee. Big resentments can build up in such circumstances. Of course no excuse for this utterly terrible event....fair put me off my breakfast it did. 

 

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1 hour ago, spidermike007 said:

Well, I guess that argument was settled. What can one say? There are an awful lot of people here who have not developed sufficiently, on an emotional level. Especially a portion of Thai men. It has alot to do with being told how special they are, while growing up.

 

Hmmmm. 

You sure people call them “special”? I don’t think so.

 

Is a insult in Thailand. Somebody call you “special”. = Kon pee set. 

 

 

1 hour ago, spidermike007 said:

 

They are not special. No man is automatically special. When we make some contributions with our work, our service to our families, and our communities, and when we behave in an honorable, and graceful fashion toward others, then we earn the right to be called special. 

Are you “special”?

 

1 hour ago, spidermike007 said:

 

 Your sisters are smarter than you,

 

Sure.

Same most country.

Woman is clever, man is strong.

 

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1 hour ago, richard_smith237 said:

 

Not really, the washing line / stand is a couple of meters out into the street. 

 

If the ‘Murderer’ has put up with years of the deceased encroaching onto his space, cooking smells etc getting into his house etc this may just have been the very 'straw that broke the camels back’...

 

It must take years and years of frustration to drive someone to such a response, or the Murderer was a total crack-pot...  Either way, he’s not facing a live time in prison for his stupid actions in snapping and going to the extreme.

 

 

 

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Not the killers property but a definite space taken up that all cars cannot park at. 

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2 minutes ago, Yinn said:
2 hours ago, spidermike007 said:

Well, I guess that argument was settled. What can one say? There are an awful lot of people here who have not developed sufficiently, on an emotional level. Especially a portion of Thai men. It has alot to do with being told how special they are, while growing up.

 

Hmmmm. 

You sure people call them “special”? I don’t think so.

 

Is a insult in Thailand. Somebody call you “special”. = Kon pee set. 

 

 

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They are not special. No man is automatically special. When we make some contributions with our work, our service to our families, and our communities, and when we behave in an honorable, and graceful fashion toward others, then we earn the right to be called special. 

Are you “special”?

 

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 Your sisters are smarter than you,

 

Sure.

Same most country.

Woman is clever, man is strong.

 

 

Yinn, you’ve transliterated ‘special’... what Spidermike is getting at with ‘special’ is also referred to as the ‘little prince syndrome’.

 

Many of us have witnessed this in Thailand (and many other countries) where the emotional development of young boys from childhood into adulthood has not progressed at the level one ’should’ expect from a mature society. 

Instead young and adolescent boys are doted on by mothers and fathers play a distant parental role. As such this lack of guidance can lead to adults who lack the emotional skills to intelligently handle disappoint, criticisms, loss of face and any form of verbal conflict. 

 

These ‘children’ have been treated as if they are special (i.e. highly valued, can never do any wrong, have been poorly disciplined), the consequences of this ’special / little prince’ treatment are what we see in society today when every day normal disagreements blow-up into a catastrophic and often tragic over-reaction.

 

On occasion I have struggled with my Wife (Thai) to ensure that our son grows up with the emotional balance required to see him through to adulthood maturely.

 

I believe balanced discipline and providing a child with the emotional tools to handle disappointment in any form to be an essential parental role.

 

Unfortunately, it is not uncommon in Thailand (or a number of other countries) that the importance of this essential parental role is not recognize, we read the consequences in the news. 

 

 

And... Man is not stronger, woman is not more clever.

 

 

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9 minutes ago, holy cow cm said:

Not the killers property but a definite space taken up that all cars cannot park at. 

The killer apparently complained of ‘strong cooking smells’ coming into his house from the victims house... 

 

I’m now not sure if the killer was a neighbor or not and if this was just made up. 

 

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8 minutes ago, richard_smith237 said:

The killer apparently complained of ‘strong cooking smells’ coming into his house from the victims house... 

 

I’m now not sure if the killer was a neighbor or not and if this was just made up. 

 

Yeah, if the food has any base of Kapi like a Nam Prik Kapi or a dried fish being deep fried up, then this stuff could literally drive you berserk. Stinkiest stuff on the planet, but delicious after made.

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4 minutes ago, richard_smith237 said:

 

Yinn, you’ve transliterated ‘special’... what Spidermike is getting at with ‘special’ is also referred to as the ‘little prince syndrome’.

 

Many of us have witnessed this in Thailand (and many other countries) where the emotional development of young boys from childhood into adulthood has not progressed at the level one ’should’ expect from a mature society. 

Instead young and adolescent boys are doted on by mothers and fathers play a distant parental role. As such this lack of guidance can lead to adults who lack the emotional skills to intelligently handle disappoint, criticisms, loss of face and any form of verbal conflict. 

 

These ‘children’ have been treated as if they are special (i.e. highly valued, can never do any wrong, have been poorly disciplined), the consequences of this ’special / little prince’ treatment are what we see in society today when every day normal disagreements blow-up into a catastrophic and often tragic over-reaction.

 

On occasion I have struggled with my Wife (Thai) to ensure that our son grows up with the emotional balance required to see him through to adulthood maturely.

 

I believe balanced discipline and providing a child with the emotional tools to handle disappointment in any form to be an essential parental role.

 

Unfortunately, it is not uncommon in Thailand (or a number of other countries) that the importance of this essential parental role is not recognize, we read the consequences in the news. 

 

 

And... Man is not stronger, woman is not more clever.

 

 

I was sarcastic.

 

35 million thai man never do same this guy did. A lot of men are idiot. In Thailand and every country.

 

most war start by man. And women die because that decision. Shot, bomb, house gone. Because of man. Thai man, but more war is foreign man.

 

And most Thai man agree, this man kill the neighbor is idiot. Same the gold shop robber.

 

I think SpiderMan not have thai man friend. So he feeling intimidated. Like to complain about thai man. 

99% Thai man not same this guy. My dad, my brothers, my male friends, cousin etc etc.

 

Good luck with you son.

 

And, man is stronger, woman is more clever. Sure.

90%+ of killing other human, the man do. Same every country.

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