The father of the house said he couldn’t stop his son — who raped the mother in front of him.
On March 18th, 2021, a report from locals in Saleng Ton, Prakhon Chai district, Buriram province revealed an incident where a 21 year old son raped his 51 year old mother while high on meth.
The family’s home and crime scene is described in the report as “not yet tiled, in poor condition.” The three family members lived together there — the father, Mr. A (alias), 67 years old; the mother, Mrs. B (alias), 51 years old; and the son, Mr. C (alias), 21 years old.
The father reported that his son likes to use meth. When high, he would fight with the whole family, arguing with the father and “spitting on his head,” and physically assaulting the mother.
The locals have reported the same, but nobody could stop the wayward son. The father wants help for his son and for the relevant agencies to step in, because the drugs have caused him to act this way.
The father said that most recently his son raped the mother in front of him, but he couldn’t stop the son because he was high on meth and had a knife, which he used to threaten them.
The matter was reported to the police, who took the son for a drug test. He pissed purple, indicating that he has substances in his body. He was arrested on drug charges and an investigation into the other allegations has begun.
Video of the family’s home:
Another video of the same:
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My take: When I first read about this case, I wondered why the father didn’t do anything. After watching the video, I completely understand now.
He was in no physical condition to stop his young son from committing these horrible crimes.
I will keep an eye on this case to see if there are updates to the situation.
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