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25 March 2016 :: 06:03:00 am 112269

Body Parts Of Dogs Found In Deserted Area In Pattaya

Pattaya congressman and municipal officers went to inspect deserted area after there were reported that a psycho homeless had occupied and killed several dogs there.
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PATTAYA – March 23,2016 [PattayaDailyNews]; at 13.00pm Pattaya congressman Amnuaythanawit Sompongtham was accompanied with the municipal officers and Pattaya police to inspect a deserted area on the edge of Jomtien road after they were notified that a psycho woman had occupied and petted a lot of vagrant dogs.


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Upon inspection the area where is the wood, the officers found several bones and body parts of these dogs that had been brutally killed around the area. In addition, the dog heads had been hung on the trees. It’s expected that there were 50-60 killed dogs.


Mr.Somchai Inruang- chief of Jomtien municipal officer- said that the psychopath is identified as Mrs.Somjit Meelad aged 42 who had lonely occupied in the area for a long time and she had petted these dogs. In addition, she always rampaged around and she once attacked the villagers. The municipal officers captured her and sent her to cure in mental hospital before the officers went to inspect the scene.


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Somchai added that she always drove the people who got closer her residence and she brought the rot crab to put around her residence in order to conceal the bad smell from decomposed dogs. In addition, the local people claimed that their dog disappeared.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Community News

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