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A 32 year old Myanmar national was apprehended in Hat Yai, Songkhla after a violent episode in which he attacked his Belgian partner using a hammer. The incident, incited by jealousy, according to the apprehended, took place in their shared apartment, leaving the 56 year old Belgian man with severe head injuries and the apartment splattered with blood.

 

Upon arriving at the horrific scene, local police discovered the victim in critical condition and arrested Kyaw Zin Htike, who was still at the location with the weapon. After being detained and brought to Hat Yai police station, Htike confessed to the crime, admitting that he had assaulted his partner following a heated argument.


In an unsettling twist, Htike tested positive for narcotics following a drug test conducted at the station. He confessed to having consumed drugs three days prior. Consequently, the law enforcement officials filed initial charges of attempted murder against him, coupled with the possession of a narcotic substance in his system.

 

Under scrutiny from the press, Htike explained his actions as a result of jealousy, fearing his Belgian partner was seeing someone else. The suspect expressed remorse over his actions, claiming he still harboured love for his boyfriend and wished to apologise.


The two individuals had initially met on Koh Samui, an island off the east coast of Thailand, and subsequently moved to Hat Yai. Prior to the unfortunate incident, the couple had plans to celebrate the traditional Thai New Year, Songkran, in their current city of residence before heading to Phuket.

 

The hammer, the instrument of the brutal assault, was seized by the police as evidence in the ongoing investigation. The victim’s condition remains critical, and the future of this international couple hangs in the balance.

 

In related news, Police arrested a Thai man who murdered his 10 year old daughter at a resort in the northern province of Uttaradit. He admitted to killing his daughter and attempting suicide but was too afraid to go through with it.

 

by Mitch Connor

PHOTO VIA: Leo Moko FROM:Unsplash.com

 

Source: The Thaiger 2024-04-12

 

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1 hour ago, retarius said:

When gays fight it can get very nasty indeed.

Yes when a gay knocked out two tuk tuk drivers in Chiang Mai with his fist not weapon.  Some go to the gym for a reason 

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I'll be watching for coverage in a month or two that they kissed and made up, with the promise of no more getting hammered.

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13 hours ago, arick said:

Yes when a gay knocked out two tuk tuk drivers in Chiang Mai with his fist not weapon.  Some go to the gym for a reason 

Just remember it's a man fighting like a female cat, when I was at sea nobody messed with the stewards, they were all mostly gay and had reputations for being vicious fighters if messed with. 

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6 hours ago, Stocky said:

Cats use hammers?

 

11 hours ago, kiwikeith said:

Just remember it's a man fighting like a female cat, when I was at sea nobody messed with the stewards, they were all mostly gay and had reputations for being vicious fighters if messed with. 

I have 10 cats it's usual a left right right right right 

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On 4/12/2024 at 11:33 AM, webfact said:

The suspect expressed remorse over his actions, claiming he still harboured love for his boyfriend and wished to apologise.

 

As Geoffrey Firmin says in 'Under the Volcano,' "Some things you can't apologize for."

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On 4/12/2024 at 11:33 AM, webfact said:

the future of this international couple hangs in the balance.

We're all on tenterhooks.

 

 

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