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Naked intruder gets painful lesson

NAKHON SRI THAMMARAT: -- A would-be rapist got his comeuppance on January 7, when he climbed naked through the wrong window and met his intended victim’s mother – meat cleaver in hand.

Twenty-eight-year-old villager Phongphetch Bunyadisak climbed through the window of a home in his village in Muang District, allegedly after the prize-winning teenage schoolgirl who lived there.

When he crawled under the mosquito net on the ground floor however, he found not the young girl he had hoped for but her 52-year-old mother, Phimphimon Phetchcharoen.

Mrs Phimphimon said she was awaken around 11:30pm to find a naked and extremely drunk Mr Phongphetch trying to fondle her. She managed to fight him off, get up and grab a cleaver. Mr Phongphetch made a wild dash for the window, but not before Mrs Phimphimon landed two blows on his back and head.

Mrs Phimphimon shouted for help from neighbors. The villagers called the police then formed a posse to hunt down Mr Phongphetch. At first the villagers could find only Mr Phongphetch jeans, abandoned outside Mrs Phimphimon’s window along with an empty bottle of lao khao (cheap clear spirits).

Police investigators noticed a trail of blood leading from the window into woods behind the house. At the end of the blood trail they found Mr Phongphetch, still naked and curled up in the fetal position.

Officers took the suspect to Maharaj Hospital to have his wounds stitched up and then to Muang District Police Station for questioning. Mr Phongphetch, however, was too drunk to give a coherent statement.

Mrs Phimphimon said this was the third time Mr Phongphetch had tried to sneak into her house, but the previous times she had woken up and scared him off before he managed to enter.

Mr Phongphetch is an unemployed drug addict who is always stealing from other villagers, she said. He also has a bad temper and frequently assaults people, even monks, Mrs Phimphimon alleged.

He was recently released from prison after serving time for the attempted murder of his own mother, she added.

Deputy Inspector Charin Khao-iam of the Muang District Police said the villagers are all thoroughly fed up with Mr Phongphetch’s behavior.

It was good luck that Mr Phongphetch got the wrong person and felt the sharp end of Mrs Phimphimon’s cleaver, he said.

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-- Phuket Gazette & Kom Chad Leauk 2010-01-17

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Wow, two hits with a cleaver..mum must have been holding back a bit to get stitches and not major surgery

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Why dull your good cleaver over a bad piece of meat!

It's quite sad and difficult to know what to do with people like this guy. In and out of jail, but always one step, hopefully, from causing serious harm to someone.

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Why dull your good cleaver over a bad piece of meat!

It's quite sad and difficult to know what to do with people like this guy. In and out of jail, but always one step, hopefully, from causing serious harm to someone.

He got in the wrong room but his intention was to rape. apparrently he also tied to kill his own mother. not sure what to do but perhaps people like this could be locked in chains and put to work, building concrete roads up dirt tracks, something useful, no booze or drugs and sitting around like in prison, maybe they sober up after a while and can come back to society.

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we categorise alcoholics, drug addicts and psychotics as criminals instead of recognising that these are conditions that need treating - of course the "model citizens" will say that many of these conditions are self inflicted, which they are, however that doesnt make them any less of a medical condition or any less deserving of treatment - pedestrians take chances and run across the road in heavy traffic but when they are hit by a car we treat them - we dont say "it was self inflicted"

He has been in jail before - so the state had the opportunity to reform him but I doubt that any attempt was made to do so. Punishment doesnt of itself reduce crime, if it did then why would so many ex-prisoners re-offend

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While not entirely without my sympathy, let's not start a hang'm high thread and advocate violence. Any further such posts will be deleted.

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Supervised life seems the destiny for this sad creature,

clearly he can't be left to his own devices.

The only bright spot is his young target is safe and unharmed.

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Supervised life seems the destiny for this sad creature,

clearly he can't be left to his own devices.

The only bright spot is his young target is safe and unharmed.

Very very true mate :)

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... allegedly after the prize-winning teenage schoolgirl who lived there.

Seems an odd way to describe her, especially as the story neglects to say what she won a prize in. Academic? Beauty contest? Biggest pumpkin?

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While not entirely without my sympathy, let's not start a hang'm high thread and advocate violence. Any further such posts will be deleted.

I don't subscribe to "hang'm high threads" but I didn't known it was against the forum rules though. :)

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Supervised life seems the destiny for this sad creature,

clearly he can't be left to his own devices.

The only bright spot is his young target is safe and unharmed.

Safe and unharmed? This was the 3rd try. The poor girl has a stalker. Her mental health must be a shambles. A young girl being pursued by such a man. She probably walks around in fear and cannot go anywhere alone. Oh yes, she must have a great quality of life now.

Where are the legalize drugs people? Isn't it about now when they appear to say that if drugs were legalized all of the problems associated with drug use would go away?

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we categorise alcoholics, drug addicts and psychotics as criminals instead of recognising that these are conditions that need treating - of course the "model citizens" will say that many of these conditions are self inflicted, which they are... pedestrians take chances and run across the road in heavy traffic but when they are hit by a car we treat them - we dont say "it was self inflicted"

What an exquisitely bizarre analogy... of course we say it was self-inflicted (unless it was that pesky dwarf in the red suit on your shoulder whispering,"jay-walk now, jay-walk now, jay-walk now..." SPLAT!) :):D

Where are the legalize drugs people? Isn't it about now when they appear to say that if drugs were legalized all of the problems associated with drug use would go away?

Wow... talk about bizarre - its daja vu all over again! :D Please explain the quantum leap from lao khao saturated potential rapist to legalizing drugs/drug use? :D :D Maybe you were confusing this thread with the Kiwi kid with valium thread?... :D

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Lock the monster up forever.

He tried to kill his mother and tried to rape this girl three times.

Do we have to wait until he kills someone for the light to go on?

Actions and consequences -- some people just don't get it.

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while I do appreciate the tragedy here.. lets not overlook the outstanding writing

"Mr P made a wild dash for the window, but not before Mrs P landed two blows on his back and head.." this is something out of 'Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels' screen play. Again NOT to undermine the tragedy here, but:

".. he found not the young girl he had hoped for but her 52-year-old mother.." and

"It was good luck that Mr P.. felt the sharp end of Mrs Phimphimon’s cleaver, he (The Police Man) said.."

the last one tops it. I have been told 'Good Luck!' many times in Thailand, only now do I fully realize the full meaning of those wishes

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"It was good luck that Mr P.. felt the sharp end of Mrs Phimphimon’s cleaver, he (The Police Man) said.."

the last one tops it. I have been told 'Good Luck!' many times in Thailand, only now do I fully realize the full meaning of those wishes

This quote by the officer has nothing to do with creative writing... this is simply and logically the way anyone socialized/culturalized in Thailand and Buddhism would assess the event. The "offender" is obviously meant to suffer for transgressions in this and/or past lives and he has inevitably brought this upon himself, he should consider himself fortunate and begin making merit vigorously!!

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mikebike, thnak you for clearing this up!

as I sayd, depressing, on so many levels!

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Supervised life seems the destiny for this sad creature,

clearly he can't be left to his own devices.

The only bright spot is his young target is safe and unharmed.

I agree,sadly some misfits are beyond redemption and the only answer is to keep them away from civilised society.

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Supervised life seems the destiny for this sad creature,

clearly he can't be left to his own devices.

The only bright spot is his young target is safe and unharmed.

I agree,sadly some misfits are beyond redemption and the only answer is to keep them away from civilised society.

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it never fails to amaze how quickly angry, law abiding citizens call for death penalty or at least a life sentence for various transgressions..

be it clumsy drug transaction, traffic violation or unfortunate meat cleaver episode.

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It was good luck that Mr Phongphetch got the wrong person

Shouldn't we feel bad for the "wrong person"?? :D

Unless... at 52, she was happy coz she hadn't "had any" for a long time. :)

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Where are the legalize drugs people? Isn't it about now when they appear to say that if drugs were legalized all of the problems associated with drug use would go away?

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hard times for the girl, specially when she have to fear this guy is back soon....but anyway, its more important to imprison farangs which possess valium as

to bring a known agressive, drugaddicted, stalker to jail.

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Where are the legalize drugs people? Isn't it about now when they appear to say that if drugs were legalized all of the problems associated with drug use would go away?

The mans drug of choice is already legalized, but I doubt the legal status of the toxin he subscribes to is any of his primary concern.

But I also support 'Home is a Castle'-laws that state that any intruder can be dealt with as harsh is needed when it comes to private property and the ability for foreigners to own and use firearms on said private land.

Good thing the mother of the house wasn't a push-over and I hope the daughter are able to have a peace of mind in the future if they put this lowlife away for long time.

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Clearly this man needs to move to Canada -- there the criminals rights take precedence under the bill of rights. If he had done this in Canada, he would now be out on minimal bail with a 'suggestion' that he seek counselling.

The mother would be under arrest ( no bail ) for assault or possibly attempted murder.

..and the perp would have launched a civil suit against the mother for all of his pain and suffering.

Thailand is not the only place with problems !

PS He would probably have no problem emigrating to Canada as a 'refugee' -- he obviously is being persecuted for his afflictions in Thailand -- judging by the number of he has been arrected

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