Mentally ill Thai man stabs victim in Chon Buri mall

Photograph through Fb/ Chonyuen Wisutthipat

A mentally ill Thai man hit a fellow citizen in the top with a glass bottle and later stabbed the victim with the damaged bottle at a buying mall in the Sattahip district of Chon Buri on April 7.

Plutaluang Police Station officers acquired a report on the stabbing incident at about 3.30pm on Sunday, April 7 and rapidly responded to the scene on the buying mall in the Sattahip district of Chon Buri.

The mall’s safety guards and buyers managed to catch the 30 yr outdated attacker, whose id has not but been made public.

The victim, a 61 yr outdated man named Thanawat Photaeng, was rushed to Sattahip Hospital in a critical situation. He suffered stab wounds to his hand and neck.

Police reported to Channel 3 that the attacker had a psychological sickness and officers are attempting to contact his relations to verify his situation.

Channel 8 reported that the assault was captured by a safety digicam contained in the buying mall. The footage confirmed the mentally ill attacker, sporting a polo shirt, coated with a white long-sleeve shirt, strolling on to Thanawat and initiating the assault.

A mall worker, Nam, who witnessed the incident advised the media that she heard individuals screaming and the sounds of a confrontation. She seemed for the supply of the noise and located the attacker, who appeared intoxicated, bodily assaulting Thanawat.

Then, the attacker hit the victim on the top with a glass bottle earlier than stabbing Thanawat in the neck with the damaged bottle.

Nam recounted that the attacker shouted on the victim for harming his relations. He was heard shouting…

“You harm my household! You actually did it! You probably did it to my mother and father and siblings!”

One other girl knowledgeable Channel 3 that she noticed the mentally ill attacker coming into the mall rapidly. He approached her, asking to borrow her telephone, claiming one thing dangerous was going to occur in the mall. Feeling scared, she refused to lend him the telephone and directed him to the mall workers.

The Thai police haven’t but confirmed whether or not the attacker dedicated the crime as a result of a private battle with the victim, or if medication or his psychological sickness influenced it. No expenses have been filed in opposition to the attacker as but and there have been no updates on the victim’s situation.

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