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Sister stabs her brother to death in south after he forbids her smoking - she was peeling garlic at the time


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Daily News reported on a domestic incident in downtown Hat Yai, Songkhla, southern Thailand, yesterday in which a sister stabbed her elder brother.

 

When the Hat Yai police arrived at the zinc sheet shack on Sakhon Monkhon Road they found bloodstains.

 

Relatives had alread taken Bunrit, 41, to hospital where he died from a stab wound to the left side of the ribs. 

 

His 39 year old sister was under a tamarind tree out front of the shack still peeling garlic with what turned out to be the murder weapon - a fruit paring knife.

 

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She was unaware that she had killed her brother.

 

She surrendered to police custody.

 

She said that her brother had no job but made some money selling second hand things. 

 

She described him as a smoker and a drinker of spirits and beer who was facing a drugs charge. 

 

He had come home drunk, she said, and shouted at her for smoking while she peeled garlic, a job she did there to make money. 

 

He came up behind her, grabbed her hair and started assaulting her multiple times. 

 

She said she swiveled round to protect herself and the knife she was using stuck into him.

 

Then she was told that she had killed her brother. 

 

She was taken away to the police station for further questioning.

 

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Darn! Every brother know, not to mess with a garlic-peeling sister.

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

His 39 year old sister was under a tamarind tree out front of the shack still peeling garlic with what turned out to be the murder weapon - a fruit paring knife.

A womens work is never done.

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Plod is 'a-peeling' for witnesses to come forward.

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7 hours ago, Gottfrid said:

Darn! Every brother know, not to mess with a garlic-peeling sister.

Ah , the Every brothers , what fine songs they wrote around 1960.

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8 hours ago, worgeordie said:

Those fruit paring knives seem to feature a lot in stabbings, especially

by woman , men prefer the machete or Sparta knife ..... 

regards worgeordie

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"She described him as a smoker and a drinker of spirits and beer who was facing a drugs charge. He had come home drunk, she said, and shouted at her for smoking while she peeled garlic, a job she did there to make money. 

He came up behind her, grabbed her hair and started assaulting her multiple times. "

 

She was using the fruit paring knife at the time. If she was doing something else with another knife she would probably have used that.

 

AFAICS, tome it looks like self defense and she probably didn't even remember that she had the knife in her hand.

 

This si simply my opinion on reading the OP story.

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16 hours ago, hotchilli said:

A womens work is never done.

My Dad used to say that when doing the washing-up. 😜

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22 hours ago, webfact said:

She described him as a smoker and a drinker of spirits and beer who was facing a drugs charge. 

No loss then. Domestic violence & Self defence.  Lao Khao and Yabba at a guess.

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