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16 December 2014 :: 09:12:54 am 95258

Crazy Man Attacks Parsonage of Well-Known Temple in Pattaya city

A crazy man who was carrying a knife attacked a parsonage of a well-known temple in Pattaya city. He claimed that a monk had stolen his ancient 10-Baht-coin.
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PATTAYA – December 14, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 11.00 p.m., Pol.Lt. Thanongsak Inphadoong (Deputy Inspector of Pattaya city police station, Chon Buri province) was notified that there was a crazed man who was carrying a knife and attacked a parsonage of Boonkanjanaram temple, south Pattaya, Moo 12, Tambon Nong Prue, Amphur Banglamung, Chon Buri province, so he mobilized forces of over 20 patrollers and volunteer police to rush to the scene.

 

At an incident the officers found Mr. Somchai Boonsri, aged 28, who was carrying a pocket knife. He had tried to cut his wrist for 3-4 times before attacking the parsonage and smashed 2 windows. He shouted and swore at monk Yuth (or a monk name as Kanta Tharmmo) who was sleeping and stole an ancient 10-Baht-coin from his house.

 

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The police attempted to negotiate with the man for over an hour. Mr Somchai’s claimed that monk Yuth had stolen a ancient 10 baht coin from his house. His relative said that Mr. Somchai’s mother had moved the coin while she was cleaning Mr Somchai’s room. Therefore Mr Somchai then calmed down and then he was arrested by the police.

 

Monk Yuth (or a monk name as Kanta Tharmmo) said that Mr. Somchai used come with his relatives to make merit for treatment to a mental and memory disorder. Mr. Somchai used to be addicted to drugs and would go crazy.

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Pol.Lt. Thanongsak said that initially monk Yuth did not want to take action against Mr. Somchai who was a trouble maker but nonetheless the police can prosecute Mr. Somchai so he was detained and sent to an inquiry official to be prosecuted further according to the Thai law.

 

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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