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Man who kicked little boy in the neck in the street "booted him for no reason"

 

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Police have announced the arrest of a 31 year old Chacherngsao man who has admitted to being the man responsible for kicking a four year old boy in the neck in the street in Ramkhamhaeng, Bangkok.

 

Asked why he did it he said he was stressed and tired and just fancied kicking the kid for no reason.

 

Somsak Na-Udom also known as Bangroon was identified as the likely culprit after creating trouble at the railway station in Chacherngsao.

 

He was arrested and taken back for questioning by Hua Mark police.

 

Police discovered that he had been treated on several occasions for mental illness at Somdej Chao Phraya 3 hospital. They are trying to ascertain the exact nature of his illness.

 

Meanwhile the grandmother took the four year old child to the police station to make an identification.

 

She praised the police work, said she was no longer cross about the incident but said she hoped that nothing like this would happen again.

 

Bangroon has previous convictions for criminal damage in Lat Prao in 2014 and trespass in Minburi in 2016, said police who have detained the suspect as they obtain reports on his mental condition.

 

Source: Daily News

 
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29 minutes ago, USPatriot said:

And no one did a thing but film it typical of today's society 

to be honest mate, someone that psychotic i'd be very wary of getting involved myself. maybe follow at a safe distance whilst on phone to BiB But i very much doubt i would risk approaching him myself for fear of him pulling a knife or gun

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3 hours ago, Happy enough said:

to be honest mate, someone that psychotic i'd be very wary of getting involved myself. maybe follow at a safe distance whilst on phone to BiB But i very much doubt i would risk approaching him myself for fear of him pulling a knife or gun

I have to agree. Unless muscular and fit or accompanied by several male friends, then I too would be reluctant to tackle that guy. It`s something that happens in a split second and doesn`t give time to weigh up the odds.

 

To be honest for me it would be a spur of the moment decision and not sure what I`d do until confronted with a situation like that. I think it`s the same for most of us. A difficult question to answer.

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17 minutes ago, animalmagic said:

How sad that the various car drivers, currently armed to the teeth with machetes, samurai swords and guns, did not see fit to get out of their car and attack him rather than someone who had offended their car in traffic!

Do you think that that would be a good idea ?

Passers by attacking a mentally ill man ?

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4 minutes ago, 4MyEgo said:

Did anyone count how many fingers are on the guys hand who is holding his arm, left side of photo, me counts 8

There's a thumb under his elbow too, Clearly an undercover cop able to grab well and hold on.....

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