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Brother murders elder sibling with an axe - younger guy couldn't take his criticism any longer


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Thai Rath reported on the latest gruesome murder in Thailand, this time in the Lamthap police jurisdiction in Krabi in the south.

 

At a one story house police found Ronnachai Thongthao, 32, lying dead in a pool of blood with multiple wounds to the head and chest caused by a sharp object.

 

In the basket of a motorcycle was a bloodstained axe. A Lao Khao (white spirit) bottle was smashed. 

 

Waiting for the police to come and arrest him was the victim's younger brother, 26 year old Narongkrit. 

 

He told the police that he was watching TV with his mum and dad and his two children while his elder brother was drinking alone outside.

 

Then his brother came in drunk holding a broom and started having a go at him verbally then smacked him across the face with the broom in front of his parents and children.

 

A fight ensued. The younger sibling ran out and got an axe that was propped up beside the house and used it on his elder brother as the fight escalated outside. 

 

When he fell wounded he said that he continued to chop him up until he was still. 

 

He said that he was always being criticized for creating problems at home by his elder brother who had attacked him in the head previously.

 

He said that he couldn't take it any longer. 

 

The police charged him with murder and he was detained.

 

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

When he fell wounded he said that he continued to chop him up until he was still. 

any sympathy anyone may have had for him being attacked with a 'broom' should be well cancelled by that admittance ! 

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

Then his brother came in drunk holding a broom and started having a go at him verbally then smacked him across the face with the broom in front of his parents and children.

Well he won't do that again.

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3 hours ago, swm59nj said:

Locals seem overly sensitive in the “Land of Smiles”

You are not wrong. My wife’s nephew was here today , 19 years old very polite lovely lad in general. But Christ he’s sensitive. He is in university studying economics and my wife mentioned that he seemed to be losing interest. You would think she’d just hit him in the face with a wok!  He would not stop arguing and wanted her to say sorry , which she did. But that wasn’t enough and he still kept going on. Then as a chilled Brit listening in the nxt room . I opened the door and told him to f### off and grow a pair!  Honestly he’s gunna struggle out there. Now I get why Thai men are always doing crazy <deleted> over the smallest of criticisms or slights.   It’s all over the news everyday.  Obviously it’s not all but they do in general seem to not take be it constructive or not. 

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All kidding aside this is tragic brother on brother kids losing their father parents losing 2 sons imo a very sad tail indeed just sad……

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13 hours ago, webfact said:

He told the police that he was watching TV with his mum and dad and his two children while his elder brother was drinking alone outside.

News headline:

 

'WHO TOLD THAT CHOPPER WHOPPER'

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1 hour ago, goldenbrwn1 said:

Honestly he’s gunna struggle out there.

Unlikely in Thailand.  It's part of the culture.

 

I'm not saying that everyone in Thailand is going to be the same as this chap, but Thai culture places great emphasis on not criticising anyone, not making young people feel bad, not allowing people to suffer the consequences of their actions, and so on.

 

There was another post about a group of Thai parents campaigning against ATK tests on school children.  They were saying that it broke their heart to see them suffer when they were given the test so they shouldn't do it.

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Senseless, and fuelled by Lao Khao from the sounds of it. Wonder if it would have happened if the older brother had smoked a joint instead

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