Canadian woman sexually assaulted while doing a live stream video in Bangkok


Police are searching for a man who was caught on camera sexually assaulting a Canadian woman near Bangkok’s Lumpini Park while she was doing a live stream video for social media. The video shows the man running up to the woman from behind and appearing to reach is hand down below her waist.

The woman made a post on Twitter saying that she was going to report the incident to police.

I’m not streaming tomorrow. Going to police to report the incident that happened this afternoon. It’s gonna be traumatic but I must to make sure this doesn’t happen to any other girls. Or anyone else! Thanks for all your support today and your love!

Deputy Metropolitan Police chief Piya Tawichai says officers have done an initial investigation and believe the man is homeless. Police are now searching for the man.

“We checked the CCTV footage and found that at around 1:18pm on Thursday, the victim — a social media streamer — was broadcasting her live video on Wireless Road near Gate 1 of One Bangkok Building, when she was sexually assaulted by a man”.

SOURCE: The Nation Thailand

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Jack Arthur

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  1. If that is the man behind why is his face blurred. It looks as if he was picking up cans.
    Thai police haven’t a clue.
    They could have someone identify the culprit.

  2. @Dave the wave – Oh Good God it is 2021, must she have a Man with her?? Thailand is not that dangerous for Women, they do travel with a group or on their own! Get back to your Stone Age!

  3. I also had a female colleague 20 years ago who was standing behind me once, pushing her breasts against my back for a second or two. It was deeply traumatising. Actually, I still have nightmares about it to this day. I fully understand the poor victim in this article and really hope the cruel criminal will be caught soon and put minimum 50 years in prison.

  4. @Ian – Perhaps you can ask him that question. NEVER in my life have I thought about inappropriate behavior. Boundaries and you fucking male Thais need to learn the word. If not? The the news will tell prospective tourists not to vacation there.

  5. I wonder if Thaiger are regretting letting people comment on their reports. The comments rarely add anything sensible and many are only there to hurl abuse at other posters. Pathetic. If you have nothing interesting, useful or constructive to say then why bother commenting.
    Right – I’m standing by to join the abused.

  6. Perhaps the man knew that since she was a Canadian inured to the act of sexual assault because Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is an unrepentant sex assault groper, pedophile, child rapist and woman hater. Being Canadian means she should have “ shared the experience” without expecting her attacker to be charged ….just like PM Justin Trudeau.

  7. “Thai police haven’t a clue.
    They could have someone identify the culprit.”

    Do you ever engage your brain before commenting, @toby a?

    They already know who he is – the local homeless nutter (or, to be more PC, socially deprived and with learning disabilities).

  8. … “a tourist”…”tourists” … “You do NOT assault tourists”…, etc, etc


    So this is fine as long as “you do NOT assault tourists” ???

    Thailand’s mental health care is appalling, but the idea that the local village idiots should be locked up because they might upset a tourist just defies belief.

  9. I’m sure the Royal Thai Police will find a Burmese to frame just like Death Island… opps! I mean Turtle Island (aka Koh Tao). It’s illegal to blame Thai in Thailand. Only the government can do that, not foreigners.

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