Pattaya Daily News

02 March 2013 :: 13:03:43 pm 72505

Karaoke Security Guard Knifes Man Who Kicked Him

A karaoke bar security guard shined his flashlight to the face of customer, triggering a fight that ended with the guard stabbing the customer’s friend. After the guard was knocked down, the 20-year-old victim ran over to kick him. But when he turned to walk away, the guard stabbed him twice.
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PATTAYA – March 2, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 5:30 a.m., a report of a man getting stabbed in a fight outside a karaoke bar next to Tukcom was received by Pol. Capt. Thitiwat Boon-orn, investigation officer on duty, Pattaya police station. He rushed to inspect the scene with the detective police team and the rescue officers of Sawangboribultharmmasatharn Pattaya foundation.

The incident occurred on the street next to Tukcom, south Pattaya, in front of JJ karaoke, address 20/168 Moo 10 Tambon Nongpreu, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province.

At the scene in front of JJ Karaoke, police found many customers and bar employees standing around looking at the injured stabbing victim, identified as Mr. Leucha or Liw Phutthaisong, age 20. The victim’s friends were crying in anguish over his injuries.

The victim was lying down in a pool of blood on the ground, and crying in pain over his stabbing wounds inflicted by the karaoke bar’s security guard. A big blood vessel was torn in the victim’s leg, and he had also been stabbed in his left waist. The rescue officers performed first aid and sent the victim to Pattaya Memorial hospital.

The police team went to inspect the bar, and discovered bottles of liquor on the tables, and a small clear plastic bag that fell on the floor. The police team also discovered that the karaoke shop had illegally opened for service at night until the early morning hours, without fear of legal punishment. So the police restrained the mamasan operating the karaoke bar to prosecute for selling liquor beyond legal closing hours, and for opening an entertainment center without permission.

Police questioned the victim’s friend, who had initially started the fight. He was identified as Mr. Narate Umpim, age 30. He told police he was with a group of 6 people who went to the karaoke bar to drink until the early morning. The group included the stabbing victim Mr. Leucha, and Mr. Aroon Krainob, and three Taiwanese female friends.

When they were ready to leave, Mr. Narate walked out of the bar to get on his motorbike that was parked in front, to drive back home. He was talking on his cellphone at the time, and used the key to switch on the engine. But Mr. Narate did not turn on the motorbike’s headlight as he kept talking on his cellphone.

It was rather dark, and the security guard of karaoke bar shined his flashlight into Mr. Narate’s eyes. So Mr. Narate got angry, and began to have a severe quarrel with the guard. Mr. Narate began fighting with the guard and punched his face twice, causing the guard to fall on the ground.

Then Mr. Leucha ran over to kick the guard lying on the ground. But when Mr. Leucha turned away, the guard stood up and used a short knife to stab at Mr. Leucha’s leg and waist, and then ran away to escape quickly. However, the police will follow up to arrest the troublemaking guard, to prosecute further according to the law.

Reporter : Samart   Photo : Samart   Category : Crime News

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