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Thai son cuts up his mother, stuffs her in the fridge and flushes her down the toilet

 

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Thai media reported on a horrific murder in south west Bangkok in which a Thai son cut up his mother and stuffed her in the freezer section of their fridge. 

 

In addition police found parts of the victim's breasts in the toilet. 

 

The son turned a gun on himself after a work colleague had gone to the house to inquire about her friend. Instead of finding her sick she found her in five pieces in the fridge. 

 

The son has now died after shooting himself in the head. 

 

On Sunday evening Yuree, 42, an employee at an auto finance company had been conversing over the phone as normal with her friend at 8 pm. 

 

But she didn't show up to work so the colleague went to her house in Soi Tha Kham 28, sub-soi 6, Samae Dam, Bang Khun Thian. 

 

There she met her friend's son Sira, 20, who was in tears and said his mother was not home. The colleague thought this was strange as her car was outside the house. 

 

She investigated and found the fridge ajar. Inside the freezer section was her friend in five pieces - the head, the torso, arms and legs. 

 

National police spokesman Pol Col Krissana Pattanacharoen said that she ran out of the house in terror to contact police.

 

Then a shot rang out. 

 

Sira had shot himself in the head. Tha Kham police found him still alive with a gun next to his body. 

 

He was taken to Nakhon Thon Hospital where he died later.

 

Police took a knife and gloves into evidence and sealed off the house. Later they revealed finding parts of the dead woman's breasts in the toilet. 

 

Police are interviewing relatives and colleagues. 

 

Thai media Sanook reported that the son had been suffering from mental illness. They mentioned paranoia and depression among the symptoms. 

 

The mother and son lived together at the house. The son was a second year student at university. 

 

Sources: Sanook | Sanook

 

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RIP.....

 

Happens every now and again when some one deranged enough, lets loose, I remember when I was in my teens, a guy that attended our school, cut off his mother's head and put in his oven because she wouldn't allow him to be with a girl he loved.

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TAKES A lot of believing does this story .....

how did the lady, on entering see/know fridge was open.....most are shut via magnetism!!!

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33 minutes ago, webfact said:

The son has now died after shooting himself in the head

wouldn't be grand if people offed themselves before committing heinous crimes i wonder?...

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44 minutes ago, webfact said:

the son had been suffering from mental illness

He must have a HUGE mental illness to do something like that. Horrible!

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I suppose all is correct here BUT looking at the fridge it looks about the same size as ours , how is there room for head , torso , arms and legs.

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55 minutes ago, webfact said:

Inside the freezer section was her friend in five pieces - the head, the torso, arms and legs. 

From the photo it would be impossible to put those body parts in the freezer section.

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Gotta wonder what was going through his head while he was cutting her up, and did he actually think it would never be discovered? 

 

 

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