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Helpless elderly woman found with daughter’s bloated body in Pathum Thani

By The Nation

 

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An ailing 80-year-old woman was found lying near the bloated body of her daughter in a house in Pathum Thani’s Lam Lukka district late Sunday night, police said.

 

Neighbours called the Khukot police station at 11.30pm to report a persistent foul smell coming from the house of Chanjira Upree, 44, which she shared with her ailing mother.

 

When police, rescuers and a doctor from the Bhumibol Adulyadej Hospital arrived at the house, they found Chanjira’s mother lying on the floor. Chanjira’s body was on the adjacent sofa.. The doctor determined that Chanjira had been dead for about three days ago.

 

The old woman, who was unable to communicate with rescuers, was rushed to a nearby hospital.

 

Neighbours told police that they first became aware of the smell on Saturday. It grew stronger on Sunday and they identified it as coming from Chanjira’s house.

 

There was no sign of an attack and the body has been sent for autopsy to Bhumibol Adulyadej Hospital.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30368099

 

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Notice the two smiling rescuers in the picture . What's funny about that??? 

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1 hour ago, Raymonddiaz said:

Notice the two smiling rescuers in the picture . What's funny about that??? 

I think they're grimacing at lifting that unit. I'm hoping a lot of that is bloating, otherwise she was a biiiig girl.

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How very sad that such a horrendous thing could happen to anybody in this day and age.

Nobody cared.

 

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You'd think the neighbours would have been a little more observant than they were... only noticing something was amiss after 3 days & then only after the smell got too much !

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4 hours ago, Raymonddiaz said:

Notice the two smiling rescuers in the picture . What's funny about that??? 

 

many believe smiling is the appropriate response to any situation even those in which it would be considered inappropriate.   thai culture

 

i have experienced it numerous times.  one example, chicken at a well known restaurant chain arrived essentially uncooked. showed it to waitress and i had a very serious face and was clearly upset. waitress couldn't stop smiling. sometime i have asked them why are they smiling as the situation is clearly not a happy one. usually they just smile more. ps read, write, speak thai so no language barrier except that they can freeze seeing a non asian speaking their language. 

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loneliness has obviously become a universal phenomenon. not long ago, in a scandinavian town, the body of an old lady, living by herself, was discovered after 2 years. the authorities found just a bit of dried skin around the skeleton

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On 4/22/2019 at 4:57 PM, colinneil said:

 

I am in exactly the same situation as that poor old lady

 

The difference being when i am on my bed 

So exactly the same or different?

 

Same same but different?

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On 4/22/2019 at 3:32 PM, Raymonddiaz said:

Notice the two smiling rescuers in the picture . What's funny about that??? 

Probably the way it is wrapped up. It looks kind of funny.

Maybe someone cracked a joke.

 

The Buddhist thais are taught about death and how to deal with it. 

Would you prefer they cried everyday at work?

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