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Man enters widow's house in Roi-Et and gets more than he bargained for

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Khon Kaen Dave    2,736

The mum sleeps with a loaded 38? wow! thats a scary woman, but bugger being the boyfriend of the 17 year old that smacked him round head with an iron. And he had to ask why it ended like this...Take a wild guess Sherlock.

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spidermike007    8,396

Beautiful story. Always nice to see when a creep is apprehended. Especially by the victims! Lovely. Hope they beat him good. Hope he is somehow able to be subjected to one of the few judges in the country who is wiling to hand down a stiff sentence. That is, if it even gets that far.

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elgordo38    9,503
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4 hours ago, Bay Ridge said:

She sleeps with a .38 under her pillow?

You just never can tell when a ghost will drop by or your dead husband in another life form. I would hate to have a bad dream with a real gun. 

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JimmyJ    183
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I'm glad she didn't kill the drunken neighbor. But warning shots in the air are a bad idea.

As is firing guns into the air for the 4th of July and/or New Year's Eve in the US, and similar actions that people in some other countries do.

 

The bullets descend at a deadly speed.

 

Usually some killed or wounded in the US on the 4th and New Year's Eve from idiots firing into the sky.

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JimmyJ    183

"In 2010 a Turkish bridegroom killed three relatives when he fired an AK-47 at his own wedding...

 

A US study found that 118 people were treated for random "falling-bullet injuries" at one Los Angeles medical centre between 1985 and 1992, resulting in the deaths of 38."

 

http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-14616491

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Artisi    7,230
6 hours ago, IamNoone88 said:

A widow with acute hearing, sleeping with a loaded .38 under her pillow, a spurned drunken intruder, a young daughter repelling the attacker with an iron in the ensuing struggle, an aged yet feisty mother joining in! That is some household. Too much for me!

you weren't invited anyway ....

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Artisi    7,230
4 hours ago, Xobtsiwt said:

Pity they couldn't have ironed things out without resorting to weapons.

Still, there won't be an inCREASE in crime in that lady's neighbourhood.

seems they did iron things out - well and truly.

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tandor    289
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5 hours ago, lvr181 said:

Yup and the trick is that once you have fired at the person, fire a shot thru the ceiling and claim you gave the intruder a warning first. Fired at the intruder in self-defense. Hard to disprove! :smile:

 

 

...mamas shot ricocheted off the daughter's steam iron striking the intruder = accidental.

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wvavin    757

Ummmm.....its another neighbourhood misunderstanding. Its ok, 500 baht fine for trespassing and don't do it again.

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off road pat    1,127
7 hours ago, darksidedog said:

Clearly, breaking in to someones house in the middle of the night, whilst drunk, just for a friendly chat, is perfectly normal for Thai people.

The neighbours giving him a group kicking is pretty much standard practice too, as we all know.

Yes, but in this case the group kicking was appropriate !!!

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