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Tak horror as man walks into town with bloodied slain son in his arms

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Tak horror as man walks into town with bloodied slain son in his arms

By The Nation

 

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A Myanmar man is in police custody in Tak after allegedly slashing the throat of his six-year-old son.

 

The divorced man was a single parent.

 

Residents of Mae Sot district seized Moung Pu, 52, and handed him over to police at 8am Wednesday when he was seen sitting in front of a learning centre on Mae Sot-Phra That Phadaeng Road, the boy’s blood-soaked body on the sidewalk next to him.

 

Police followed the trail of blood 300 metres to the man’s house.

 

Moung Pu’s mother-in-law Maina, 60, told police he’d been divorced for more than a year and was taking care of his son alone. His ex-wife was working in Bangkok.

 

Maina said Moung Pu he had several times declined to let her take care of the boy, saying he was too attached to him.

 

Maina did not know why he would have killed his son because he loved him so much, but she said he was an alcoholic and a chronic gambler.

 

She speculated that Moung Pu was carrying his son to a hospital but stopped upon realising the boy was already dead.

 

The sight of the man carrying a bloodied youth shocked parents and their children on their way to a school in the area.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30364440

 

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Always a head shaker...near Mobile, Alabama is a large village of Vietnamese...one man angry with his wife took 3 children under 10 to Dauphin Island bridge and threw them into the water where there is almost always swift running tide water...found them miles away...sad...inconceivable. 

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2 minutes ago, Puchaiyank said:

Always a head shaker...near Mobile, Alabama is a large village of Vietnamese...one man angry with his wife took 3 children under 10 to Dauphin Island bridge and threw them into the water where there is almost always swift running tide water...found them miles away...sad...inconceivable. 

Happens with born and bred American families too. Happens everywhere. What's the relevance of

"a large village of Vietnamese" ?

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1 hour ago, petermik said:

What a shocking story....surely the man was mentally disturbed?

R.I.P. to the innocent child :jap:

If only he had done a practice run on himself first 🤔RIP

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What is there to say.... absolutely nothing - just shake your head and use the F word. 

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I was hoping it was because of a traffic accident but......to awful for words.

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There is a special afterlife for those taken before their time.

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10 hours ago, neeray said:

Happens with born and bred American families too. Happens everywhere. What's the relevance of

"a large village of Vietnamese" ?

It was a fact of his story, as I see it........ and doesn't change what happened..........

my feeling is that it DOES happen everywhere, and often (I'm not saying 'always') it involves 'lowly educated' people by majority.......

As per the OP....... Thailand and Burma (Myanmar), among many countries, are well known for it's massive numbers of 'lowly educated'...... Thailand's Issan is a 'Prime' example....... Thailands current rulers seem to place more value on submarines and tanks than on improving their education system.......

How often do you see in the news where High School and College educated people do similar to this OP ---- I am talking percentage wise, not a remote and occasional occurance (please try to understand that)....

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3 hours ago, oldrunner said:

There is a special afterlife for those taken before their time.

Which is what ? I am genuinely intrigued

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Very sad story. I'll never understand why "grown ups" take their $**t out on the defenseless. 

RIP little boy. 

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5 hours ago, oldrunner said:

There is a special afterlife for those taken before their time.

At least your reply was toward the 'Positive' side...... and I can appreciate it......

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