Pattaya Daily News

15 March 2013 :: 15:03:22 pm 72918

Bargirl Accidentally Shot At Korean Karaoke Bar

A 31-year-old bargirl at a Karaoke bar on second Pattaya road was shot in the stomach by a customer who said his gun went off accidentally. The 35-year-old man said he was sitting at the table with the bargirl when his gun went off. He was arrested by police.
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PATTAYA – March 15, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 1 a.m., a report of a woman being wounded from a gun fired at a karaoke bar was received by Pol. Sub. Lt. Anocha Nanthachai, investigation officer, Pattaya police station, Chonburi province. He rushed to inspect the scene with the rescue officer of Sawangboribul Pattaya foundation.

The incident occurred at Disney Karaoke bar, address 205/59-61 Moo 10 south Pattaya, Soi Welcome hotel Pattaya, second Pattaya road.

Police arrived at scene of a Korean karaoke bar, and found a lot of female employees who were very frightened from the incident. Officers recovered a spent 11 mm bullet shell that they kept for evidence. But the police did not find the gun that was used to make trouble.

From investigating, police discovered that the injured employee was Ms. Pemapha Jeuajoy, age 31, from Tambon Wangthonglarng, Amphur Wangthonglarng, Bangkok.

She was a bargirl who sat to drink with the customers at the karaoke bar. The bullet from the gun had entered her belly and traveled through her back, severely injuring her. She was rushed to Pattaya Memorial hospital.

Waiting for the police was the owner of the gun that wounded Ms. Pemapha. He was identified as Mr. Supphachai Taopitakchai, age 35, a tour guide for a company. He told police that his gun had accidentally discharged, and the bullet had hit the female staff employee.

Mr. Supphachai said the incident occurred as he sat at the table with Ms. Pemapha, and they did not have any quarrel. But suddenly the gun automatically shot by itself, and the bullet hit Ms. Pemapha.

He was so frightened, and tried to let the bystanders send her to the hospital. For the gun that made trouble, Mr. Supphachai said the tourism police took the gun from him.

Mr. Supphachai also claimed to be a volunteer rescue officer at Bangseu police station. He boasted that he knew the central area reporters. He also claimed that the gun was given to him by the Chief of Joint Staff.

After their initial investigation, the police sent the suspect to the investigation officer to prosecute further according to the law.

Reporter : Amnoychai Malila   Photo : Amnoychai Malila   Category : Crime News

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