Pattaya Daily News

26 May 2013 :: 09:05:39 am 74896

Chinese Women Assaulted At A Temple In Ayutthaya

A Chinese tourist flew to Thailand for the traditional ‘Light waving rite’ on Visakha bucha day. As she returned to her hotel, she was assaulted by a pervert that tried to rape her. But he was stopped by the locals, police then arrested him.
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PHRA NAKHON SI AYUTTHAYA – May 25, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; Police officers of Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya police station were informed that a tourist was assaulted at Klong Tho Rd. Police and Tourist then sent out a team to investigate the incident. When police arrived at the incident, police saw a group of locals helping the injured Chinese tourist, before sending her to a nearby hospital. Police then followed her to the hospital to question her about the incident that happened.

The Chinese tourist was identified by the police as 24 year-old Ms. Chiang Yinmi. Her body was bruised and her clothes were ripped off, making it clear that fight between her and the suspect happened. She was still in a shocked state when police questioned her.

Police questioned her through a translator, making the police learn that she just arrived in Thailand. She had plans to travel to important temples, which she did. She also planned to travel to Chiang Mai as well.

Ms. Chiang told the police that when she finished her light waving rite at around 08.30 PM, she walked back to her hotel a male aged around 25 to 30 assaulted her. She was punched by the man, he also tried to rape her by pulling into a dark alley. Ms. Chiang said she was lucky as nearby locals saw what happened and went in to stop the perpetrator.

The police have now arrested the 33 year-old suspect who has identified as Mr. Narachai Suksumruan. Police tried to question him, but he wasn’t fit to do so as looked to be drugged by illegal drugs. Police will charge him for assaulting and attempting to rape the Chinese tourist.

Photo : Internet   Category : Thailand News

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