Drunken wife allegedly stabs husband in Pattaya domestic dispute

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A domestic dispute in Pattaya, Chon Buri, turned violent when a drunken wife allegedly stabbed her 32 year old husband, Damrong Dokpikul, with a knife. The incident, reported to the Sawang Boriboon Thammasathan Pattaya rescue centre at 9.16pm, took place at a rental home opposite Soi Khao Makok, in Nong Prue, Banglamung.

Upon arrival, rescue workers found the injured man had already been moved by his mother. Damrong sustained a deep wound to his back and was given emergency first aid before being rushed to the hospital. From the preliminary investigation, the victim’s mother revealed her son had come to her for help, stating he had been stabbed by his wife after a verbal altercation escalated, reported KhaoSod.

Damrong’s mother reported to the authorities that her son’s wife had been drinking before instigating a quarrel that led to the stabbing. The incident serves as a stark reminder of the potential dangers of domestic disputes, particularly when fuelled by alcohol. The case is currently under investigation by the local authorities.

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In related news, tragedy struck Phra Khanong as a homeless dispute turned fatal in a convenience store. A 60 year old man, Somchai, succumbs to a neck wound inflicted by a fruit-peeling knife during an argument with a 28 year old homeless man, Peeranat.

Police swiftly respond, arresting Peeranat for murder. Meanwhile, a separate shocking incident unfolded in Lop Buri, where a drunk man stabbed a 7-Eleven worker for a denied alcohol sale. Police used a stun gun to subdue the attacker, Alepha, who now faces assault charges.

Two disturbing incidents highlight the vulnerability of public spaces and the need for heightened security measures.

On top of that, another incident occurred in November last year, a family dispute turned violent in Lopburi, Thailand, as a man stabbed his father-in-law over alleged peeping accusations.

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