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What an amulet! Despite six shots at his car Cha-Am father-in-law lives to see another day!

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What an amulet! Despite six shots at his car Cha-Am father-in-law lives to see another day!

 

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A man shot at six times by his son-in-law was not hit even once.

 

He said this was because he was wearing an amulet from a temple in Pattani in Thailand's south.

 

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Neighbors gathered round to marvel at his miracle escape and the power of the Buddhist magic.

 

No one mentioned that the son-in-law might have been a poor shot.

 

Sanook reported that Cha-Am police found three casings from a 9mm gun near the Bor Prakhon housing estate by Soi 2 in Nong Ta Phot sub-district.

 

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At the house of Worachai, 38, some 800 meters away they examined his black pick-up. It had five gunshots in the back side and front.

 

Worachai was not hit even once.

 

Worachai said that he was on his way home from Cha-Am hospital when he noticed the Toyota Vios owned by his son-in-law Chaisithinan, 23, following him and not attempting to pass.

 

Feeling that danger loomed he revved up and was turning into his estate when six shots rang out.

 

He said that there were two people in the Vios - his son-in-law was sitting in the passenger seat and was the shooter.

 

The car raced off towards Chao Samran Beach.

 

Worachai said it was a miracle that he was not hit and he said the reason for this was the solitary amulet that he wore.

 

He got the "Luang Phor Thuat" amulet, 1983 vintage, from the temple of Wat Chang Hai in Pattani.

 

"I have always put my faith in that amulet," he said as neighbors crowded round to wonder about the power of the amulet, reported Sanook.

 

Cha-Am police said that Chaisitthinan had been in jail for attempted murder in 2016. He had just been released.

 

They are now hunting for him.

 

Source: Sanook

 
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3 hours ago, webfact said:

Cha-Am police said that Chaisitthinan had been in jail for attempted murder in 2016. He had just been released.

So he'll get another 2 years for this attempt? Throwing a cigarette butt on the beach, can give you 1 year....

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22 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

So he'll get another 2 years for this attempt? Throwing a cigarette butt on the beach, can give you 1 year....

Don't forget the fine too......:giggle:

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59 minutes ago, off road pat said:

You haven't the slightest Idea !?!?!

A few Years ago in the south. A general spend his whole budget for bulletproof vests on amulets for his troops and said proudly to reporters that they would protect his troops better than bulletproof vests !!!

You wouldn't have a link to that story, or some more details? Sounds hilarious!

 

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