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Revenge! Thai wife hangs herself and son, 2, at home of husband's mistress next door

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Revenge! Thai wife hangs herself and son, 2, at home of husband's mistress next door

 

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Caption: Mother and son found hanged at home of her husband's mistress

 

A Thai wife - stressed that her husband was arranging for his mistress to move in next door - went there while it was unoccupied. 

 

She hanged the couple's two year old son from a beam in the house then hanged herself. 

 

Police who arrived at the house in the Klong Toei estate in Sanam Chai Khet, Chachoengsao found 26 year old "Neung" and 2 year old "Song" (assumed names) dangling from the ends of nylon cord. 

 

Decomposition had set in and they had been dead about three days. A plastic chair was also in the room.

 

Neung's mother said they lived with her and the woman's husband at a property next door. 

 

Her daughter's husband was a serial philanderer who had many wives and was always out. He had acquired the property next door so that his mistress could move in. 

 

Neung was so upset about this arrangement that she was in a state of constant stress. She left the house three days ago and did not return. The mother imagined that she had gone to stay with friends elsewhere to help relieve her stress. 

 

The bodies of her daughter and grandson were found when the previous owner of the next door property came to retrieve some items they had left behind. 

 

Daily News reported that when the husband arrived and saw what had happened he was smitten by grief. 

 

Neung's mother said she would not press any charges in the matter. 

 

Source: Daily News

 

 

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Oh dear  !  so he's out bangin everything that moves and she's upset.

strange way to solve a problem.

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This is top of the pile of shocking in the land of shocking what a tragic story 🤔RIP 

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This behaviour makes sense if you understand the Thai attitude and belief about reincarnation. Death is simply a reset button in the game of life.

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^Reincarnation is all well and good, until they start using heavy machinery and vehicles.

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Now I understand why Thais drive do badly...it’s just a reset button

 

the 2 year old got robbed of his life...she must not have truly loved her son....more like she resented him b/c of his genetic make up

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not a lot of empathy then today.
seems most people looking at this sad event neglect that someone's life was ruined by a husband, what drove her to, in sane people's mind, an irrational deed.

No one to take care of her, and no one to take care of her son.
What is there left to do ... 

So sad, may they RIP.

 

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Big loss of face for the wife for the mistress to live next door.Thus she hanged herself in the same house to spite the mistress as Thais are afraid to live in houses where somebody had died in especially one in this case. 

Not sorry for the house owners though now that they would have a hard time to rent out the house in the near future. They should do the right thing and reject the husband’s proposal to rent for his mistress.  

Husband is a real prick to initiate the arrangement. Hope she haunt him for life. 

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