Penis prank provokes revenge rape

UDON THANI: A man arrested on March 21 confessed that he raped his friend’s wife in revenge for falling victim to a prank while drunk last year.

The suspect said that he had been planning revenge for months after the victim’s husband tied his penis to his big toe when he passed out during a drinking session.

Police arrested 30-year-old Mr Narongchit Sagam (not his real name) after he used the victim’s phone to call his family.

The incident was reported to the police around 4:30am on March 19.

The 40-year-old victim said that she was attacked as she was riding to the market to sell vegetables.

After the attack, Mr Narongchit hid in the forest for two days.

Using the the victim’s mobile phone, he called to ask his family if the police had been looking for him.

Hearing that no police had visited the house, he returned home – only to be arrested shortly thereafter.

Pol Col Natthanon Prachum, Deputy Superintendent of the Police Region 4 Crime Investigation Center, said investigators monitored usage of the victim’s stolen mobile phone following the attack.

Finding records of calls between the phone and Mr Naronchit’s home, police waited for him to return home without alerting relatives that they were on the hunt for him, Col Natthanon said.

After his arrest, Mr Narongchit, who is blind in one eye, admitted that he had laid a trap for the victim because he was very angry with her husband, police said.

Having all grown up in the same village, Mr Narongchit, the victim and her husband had all known each other since childhood.

In mid-2008, the victim’s husband and some other friends went to his house for a drinking session, Mr Narongchit said.

When Mr Narongchit passed out drunk, the victim’s husband took off his pants and used string to tie his penis to his big toe. The victim’s husband then shook him to wake him up.

When he tried to stand up, he suffered a great deal of pain when the string yanked his organ, Mr Narongchit said.

He also felt humiliated in front of all his friends, and anger had been boiling away inside him ever since the incident, he added.

I don’t feel sorry for what I’ve done,” Mr Narongchit said, “but I feel happy to have released my anger. Now I believe it’s my friend who will be angry with me,” he concluded.

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