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Pattaya Daily News

12 October 2012 :: 19:10:59 pm 67395

German Seeks Runaway Thai Wife For Son’s Sake

A 42-year-old German man is looking for his missing Thai wife, who deserted him and their 1-year-old son five months ago. She needs to sign a document stating he is the biological father, so he can bring his son to Germany. He has spent a 10 million THB inheritance and is almost broke.
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BANGKOK-October 10, 2012[Pattaya Daily News]; in the evening, a Channel 3 television reporter was approached by a German man, Mr. Stephan Wagner, age 42, who was carrying his 1-year-old son.

Mr. Stephan asked if the reporter could help him find his Thai wife, who deserted the family five months ago. He needed to locate his missing wife to sign a guarantee that he is really the father of their son, so he can bring his son back to Germany.

Mr. Stephan said he used to be a rescue officer in Germany, but six years ago he came to live in Thailand with his ailing grandfather who was seeking a cure for his illness. When his grandfather died, Mr. Stephan received an inheritance of more than 10 million THB.

But Mr. Stephan didn’t return to Germany because he loved Thailand, with its good weather and much cheaper cost of living compared to Germany. Then Mr. Stephan got to know a Thai woman named Ketsarin, age 25.

So they lived together for a year, and had a son. During that time, Mr. Stephan used the money from his inheritance to build a new house, and when his wife got pregnant, he bought a car and many consumer products to use in their daily life.

But about five months after his wife gave birth, she disappeared without any trace, and left their son and the birth certificate. So Mr. Stephan began caring for his son with the help of his Thai mother-in-law, until he used up almost all of his money.

After he ran out of money, his mother –in-law expelled him from the house. So Mr. Stephan took his son and began trying to find his wife in Pattaya, because he thought that his wife might be staying there, but he still did not find any trace of her.

Then a woman brought him to Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya province and left him at the apartment of Mr. Chayaphol Vongchit, who has been assisting Mr. Stephan until now.

Mr. Stephan said he wants to see his wife in order for her to sign a guarantee that the boy is really his son — then he will be able to bring his son back to Germany. Mr. Stephan said it doesn’t matter to him about the assets he has lost, such as the house and car, but he will not go back to Germany alone and leave his son behind.

Mr. Chayaphol said he felt pity for Mr. Stephan, who takes care of his son so well. So although the German father didn’t have much money, Mr. Chayaphol has been helping him, and contacted many organizations, but no one has offered to assist Mr. Stephan.

However, Mr. Chat Talardthai, the officer of the Miracle of Life foundation at Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya province, who had come to get information, gave 5,000 THB to Mr. Stephan. The news reporters also together gave Mr. Stephan 1,000 THB, because it was his son’s birthday, so Mr. Stephan can set up a birthday party for his son.

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