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British man accused of throwing wife from 8th floor condo in Rayong

 

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A British man is alleged to have thrown his Thai wife from the balcony of their 8th floor condo in Rayong.

 

Officers from Ban Chang Police Station were called to the condo on Thursday afternoon to find the man’s 56 year old wife laying in a pool of blood on the balcony of the condo below.

 

The woman, who was seriously injured, was able to tell officers her husband had thrown her from their condo above.

 

After she was taken to hospital, the British man could be seen on the condo balcony in a praying position. Police were unable to communicate with him and enlisted the help of the man’s friends to try and talk him down, Sanook reported.

 

After almost two hours, the man finally opened the door to his condo where he told the condo manager and officers from Rayong immigration that his Thai wife fell from the balcony while they were having an argument.

 

Sanook reported officers will speak to the man’s wife once her condition has improved. She remains in hospital having suffered a fractured hip and dislocated arm. 

 

The British man reportedly told officers that he had been suffering from stress as a result of not being able to return to the UK due the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Police are continuing to investigate the incident. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Maybe this is another one the Samaritans could been of help, sad times.

 

Hope she recovers.

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she say's he threw her off, he says she fell ..... who do you believe ?

and if one is thrown or pushed from an 8th floor balcony... how do they manage to enter the balcony one floor below .. ?

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OMG!!! Thanks she is alive 🙏

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How sick

 

I guess it was to be expected that farangs would start using the balcony dive method to murder TOO. 

 

 

 

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What's a dislocated arm?

Surely it should be the shoulder or elbow, but not 'arm'.

Just saying... or is it a mistranslation?

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5 minutes ago, donnacha said:


A man of God.

 

Or a guilt with guilt? Who knows (I don't), just more unfounded TV speculation. 

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1 minute ago, scorecard said:

Or a guilt with guilt? Who knows (I don't), just more unfounded TV speculation. 


Speculation? Wow. It was ... a joke.

 

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42 minutes ago, steven100 said:

she say's he threw her off, he says she fell ..... who do you believe ?

and if one is thrown or pushed from an 8th floor balcony... how do they manage to enter the balcony one floor below .. ?

When reading the article, it becomes quite obvious the man is off the centre line. As for your last question, it can happen due to various reasons, as one member has already mentioned. Thank God the lady survived and I hope she will recover soon without any permanent damage.

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34 minutes ago, LomSak27 said:

How sick

 

I guess it was to be expected that farangs would start using the balcony dive method to murder TOO. 

 

 

 

How sick of you to make such a comment, my friend.  

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