Superlover meets sticky end

NAKON PATHOM: Many a wife would be happy that her aging husband can still “go all night” without the aid of those little blue pills.

As the saying goes, however, you can have too much of a good thing – and a high sex drive can be troublesome, even fatal, as one unfortunate lothario found out at the end of last month after he pushed his wife for one all-night session too many.

At about 11 pm on June 25, Lt Bunsak Tipma, an investigating officer at Muang Nakhon Pathom Police Station, had an unusual call from a tearful woman saying that she had accidentally killed her husband.

At the scene – a motorcycle repair shop with a bedroom at the back – police found Yuphin Juprasert, 42, sitting weeping hysterically on the bed next to the body of her husband, Chaiwat Juprasert, 52. Chaiwat was still fully clothed, but had a pair of woman’s knickers wrapped round his arm.

When she had calmed down enough to talk, Yuphin told police that she hadn’t meant her husband any harm, but she couldn’t take any more of his nocturnal advances as she had to work hard and needed sleep.

Chaiwat, despite being well into middle age, had a gale-force sex drive and phenomenal staying power. Every night he would demand sex five or six times, and each time would last for no less than half an hour, leaving little time for sleep, Yuphin explained. If she said she wasn’t in the mood, Chaiwat would become angry and accuse her of cheating on him.

The night of his death, Chaiwat had been drinking with friends and came home as insatiable as ever. Yuphin, by this point, had been fast asleep for some time and was in no mood to be woken for a multi-hour sexathon. She told her husband as much.

Chaiwat, as always, refused to take no for an answer and became angry. When he tried to force himself on her, Yuphin fought back, grabbing at his throat and holding on until he let her go, she tearfully told police.

When Yuphin removed her hands from his neck, she found that she had done more than just resist his amorous advances – Chaiwat was dead.

Police, unmoved by Yuphin’s tearful confession and tales of bedtime woe, charged her with murder.

Thailand News
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