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11 December 2008 :: 14:12:37 pm 10004

Panicking Thai Sex Worker Falls To Her Death From Singapore Apartment

A Thai sex worker, presumably trying to escape from the ardent advances of a client in a Singapore apartment on October 15, 2008, lost her footing on the narrow outside parapet, where she was hiding , and plummeted to her death, a Singapore court heard on December 9.
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Madam Jintana Sae Ueng, a Thai national, who had entered Singapore on a social visit pass two weeks previously, had been approached by her client, Edmund Peter Anthony, 34, an assistant restaurant manager, at Orchard Hotel on October 14, and they agreed a price of $80 for oral sex. Their first attempt was unsuccessful, however, as they were attacked by ants, so Edmund suggested they go back to his apartment to conclude the arrangement. They duly did so, but he decided to extend his requirements by having actual sex. Whilst they were in the act, Edmund, suddenly decided he needed to go to the toilet, but Jintana wanted to finish fast and meet her Thai construction worker-boyfriend for supper.

Undeterred , Edmund insisted on relieving himself and afraid Madam Ueng would either escape or steal something, he tied up her wrists and ankles as she lay face-down on the bed, finally gagging her with a piece of cloth, to stop her screaming and went off to the toilet. When he returned 10 minutes later, she was nowhere to be seen, but noting the open window, he looked outside and saw her crouching on a narrow parapet, wearing black tank top and a pair of shorts.

Edmund called her to come in, but she somehow lost her footing and fell to her death. Edmund was so disturbed by the incident that he cried hysterically and called the police. He was later taken to the National University Hospital, suffering from shock. Police are satisfied there was no foul play.

Hearing the autopsy evidence reveal that there were no external marks on Madam Ueng’s wrists or ankles , probably due to the soft material used, and although noting that she had been tied up against her wishes, the court recorded a verdict of death by misadventure.

Edmund’s lawyer, Christopher Bridges, is reported to have said ‘My client is truly sorry for the tragic loss to the deceased’s family. He has instructed me to offer a compensation to her next-of-kin.’

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : Internet   Category : Crime News

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