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A Thai policeman is making headlines after getting a slap down from his own mother after he attempted to marry his mistress. The man went as far as scheduling a wedding, with monks present to bless the union, but his mom and real wife of 16 years, along with their kids, aged 5 and 15, crashed the party.

Nipapan Peuchpen, his legal wife, brought her marriage license to the nuptuals that took place in Chai Nat province, arguing that her husband had no right to marry another woman.

“This is our marriage license. I don’t know how they can go through with this.”

The policeman told his wife that the monks were already here, and that she wasn’t a guest and to go home. Then the man’s mother showed up and slapped him in the head. According to Khaosod English, the mother issued a statement to Amarin TV.

“I always taught him to not mess around with adultery. I warned him so many times. Now he has to reap what he sowed. At first, I understood that being adulterous to some extent was normal for men. But I didn’t think he would go this far.”

“I want this to be a lesson to all women! If you know a man already has a family, don’t be a homewrecker. I don’t understand why the bride got married to him, knowing that he was already married.”

Nipapan and her lawyer filed a legal complaint to the Chai Nai Juvenile and Family Court against the policeman’s girlfriend, asking for compensation for trying to marry her husband when he was already married.

Thailand has always been a culture where adultery has somewhat been tolerated, as many Thai men have lovers on the side, called a Mia Noi. But, legally, only 1 marriage can be registered at a time.

SOURCE: Khaosod English

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    Jim kelly

    Friday, February 19, 2021 at 7:13 pm

    toss-pot!!!!

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    Tony

    Friday, February 19, 2021 at 7:27 pm

    Do yourself a favour lady let her have him .He’s a waste of space A police officer who lies and cheats to his own family will always be a looser .

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    Wish I Was Royalty

    Friday, February 19, 2021 at 7:42 pm

    Better to take 20 concubines while you have one Thai wife. Then no problem.

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      funny coz its true

      Saturday, February 20, 2021 at 6:24 am

      555

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    Grumpy John

    Friday, February 19, 2021 at 8:19 pm

    No pictures or video…but wait a week or 2 and there will be a mini series on Thai TV…titled ‘Don’t let mother know your a naughty boy’.

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    Kujn David

    Friday, February 19, 2021 at 8:49 pm

    Child support and alimony may cut back on men having “wives” and kids all over the place. My wife’s biological father, who at one time was quite well off, had three of four wives, and multiple children. She has many half brothers and sisters. It’s confusing. Time to get into the current century.

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    Toby Andrews

    Saturday, February 20, 2021 at 12:12 am

    He is a Thai cop what does she expect.
    Cheating and corruption is in their DNA,

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    Ian

    Saturday, February 20, 2021 at 6:24 am

    He obviously saw the big man do it and thought it was ok for the man on the street to marry his consort I mean mistress

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    James Pate

    Saturday, February 20, 2021 at 8:02 am

    Good on you, Khun Nipapan! Make sure you and the kids will get the widow and orphan benefits you deserve someday and no one usurps your position! Not much ever happens in Chai Nat. This will be the talk of the town for weeks!

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      Joe Friday

      Saturday, February 20, 2021 at 11:10 am

      Good thing he not in America…

      Remember what happened to Tiger Woods when then wife went after him with 9 Iron after she caught him cheating.

      Tiger hasn’t been the same since.

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    Ynwaps

    Saturday, February 20, 2021 at 12:24 pm

    Did he rape her so she felt like marrying him?

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    sam

    Sunday, February 21, 2021 at 12:25 am

    Thai “minor” wife culture still exists,especially with those wealthy and powerful,as adultery is not considered a crime.Abortion is also banned due to religion and culture.A marriage with a mistress is still accepted with the blessings of the monks.Furthermore,many single women are suffering due to “missing” husbands or boyfriends that they have to care of their “unwanted” kids all on their own or with help from their parents. That is the reality of life in the country for decades with no changes in the horizon.

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    James R

    Sunday, February 21, 2021 at 2:40 am

    A Thai friend who owns a few houses told me one of her houses is rented out to a Thai man and his Mia Noi.

    I asked what that was and he said it is a second wife as his real wife lives on the other side of town, it seem to be accepted as being OK, it is unusual as the vast majority of Thais do not do it but it did not seem to cause much of a reaction to others living near by.

    I saw the guy once and he did look a little bit worn out.

    But shouldn’t the policeman in this article lose his job by illegally trying to marrying more than one woman?

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      James Pate

      Sunday, February 21, 2021 at 11:43 am

      It was just “temple wedding” with no legal effect. If he had tried to legally register the 2nd marriage at a district office, that would have been a much different story.

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        James R

        Sunday, February 21, 2021 at 10:13 pm

        Thanks for the info.

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    Mike

    Sunday, February 21, 2021 at 3:12 am

    The video I saw was his wife slapping him in the head a couple times. I didn’t see the rest of his family present.

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      Rob

      Monday, February 22, 2021 at 10:14 am

      As I understood the news broadcast, it was his mother who was slapping him…

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    Rob

    Sunday, February 21, 2021 at 4:11 pm

    A new Thai Law came about in the past few years regarding the rights of Thai Wives and other women knowingly messing around with their husbands…

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    Amy Sukwan

    Sunday, February 21, 2021 at 7:18 pm

    As a general rule in western countries, marrying the mistress never works out. Jealousy issues arise quickly because obviously if the man played around with you, then why wouldn’t he play around again? It works best in the case of an infertile/older wife and a pregnant mistress. In Thailand though the man can really take on as many women as he can afford, and wives tacitly are okay with this (for reasons unfathomable to me: Don’t they like sex and sleeping in the same bed with their man too?) unless it upsets the apple cart of losing face…which marrying the mistress would have done. Well it will be the gossip of the town!

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    Laugh Alittle

    Monday, February 22, 2021 at 3:06 am

    An episode of Jerry Springer in Thailand! Must have been exciting to watch! Any videos?

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Ann Carter is an award-winning journalist from the United States with over 12 years experience in print and broadcast news. Her work has been featured in America, China and Thailand as she has worked internationally at major news stations as a writer and producer. Carter graduated from the Walter Williams Missouri School of Journalism in the USA.

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Houseowner discovers 3,000 year old skeletons on land in Ang Thong province

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A houseowner in the central province of Ang Thong, has discovered 3 skeletons on his land that are thought to be over 3,000 years old. 54 year old Somkiat Briboon says this most recent discovery isn’t the first, as the first lot of bones was found last year after preparing his 17 rai worth of land, in Sawang Ha District, to be rented out for sugarcane farming.

It was then that he found 9 skeletons, only later to find 6 more. The skeletons were found with bowls and other kitchen utensils found laying on top of them. He transferred the skeletons to his home, wrapping them in blue sheets, describing some of the bones as smaller in size, resembling that of women or children.

He says he also found ancient artifacts with the bones and arranged to have them shipped to Bangkok’s Fine Arts Department for research purposes. But he says he wants to eventually build his own museum housing the display of bones and artifacts for educational purposes.

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One of those unsettling things is the feeling that there are many people walking around inside his home at all hours of the day. He says when he tries to search for the source of the eery sounds, he finds nothing. Somkiat says he isn’t afraid of the spirits and even talks to them often. He even says his sleep isn’t disturbed as he sleeps well at night while the skeletons are in his home.

The Fine Arts Department has been notified of the most recent finding, but it is unclear on whether they will move the new skeletons to Bangkok to join the others.

SOURCE: Thai Residents

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An airline executive has been arrested in the central province of Samut Songkhram, after complaints from150 employees that they had not been paid. Chawengsak Noiprasan, who had a court warrant issued against him in October, was taken to Don Muang police station from a property in the Bang Khan Take sub-district. He is a board member of Siam Air Transport.

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The Metropolitan Police Bureau says the executive has admitted to ignoring a 30 day notice issued by the labour inspector and ordering the payment of wages to 150 workers. It’s understood he is also wanted in relation to 7 other cases.

The authorities sought Chawengsak’s arrest following complaints from employees who say they haven’t received their wages for 2 months. It’s understood the airline had previously deferred salary payments for over 8 months. 150 workers filed an official complaint with Don Mueang police and also approached media outlets, asking them to pressure the airline into paying the money owed.

SOURCE: Bangkok Post

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The governor of the central province of Samut Sakhon is slowly recovering after more than 2 months battling Covid-19. Weerasak Wichitsangsri tested positive for the virus in late December and subsequently ended up on a ventilator for over 40 days. It’s understood Weerasak’s time on the ventilator was a record for the hospital and at times, medics were unsure if he would recover.

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