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A Thai man, who attacked a monk at a temple in Chon Buri province, later died after the sharp head of a Buddha statue pierced his chest during a rampage within the temple’s primary corridor. Locals urged that his dying gave the impression to be the swift results of karma.

Residents within the Banbung district of Chon Buri province sought help from Banbung Police Station officers at about 1pm yesterday, February 27, after a Thai man, 49 12 months outdated Ek, went on a rampage and attacked a monk named Greatest.

Based on residents, Ek was below the affect of methamphetamine, often known as Yaba. He and Greatest had been mates, and Ek stayed with Greatest on the temple for a number of days earlier than the incident occurred.

Officers arrived on the temple and found that Ek hid himself in the primary corridor. He locked all of the doorways and home windows and destroyed Buddha statues contained in the corridor.

Police waited outdoors for security causes, suspecting Ek may need a weapon in his arms. They known as Ek and informed him to give up to the police however, as there was no response, they determined to interrupt down the door and enter.

To their shock, they noticed Ek mendacity lifeless in a pool of blood. A statue of Buddha was mendacity on Ek’s chest and the sharp head of the statue was piercing his chest. A video of the operation confirmed police and locals shouting and screaming on the surprising incident.

Police suspect that Ek was attempting to climb on prime of the biggest statue in the primary corridor to destroy it. Nonetheless, he unintentionally slipped off the big statue and fell onto the pointed head of a smaller statue. The top pierced Ek’s coronary heart and lungs, killing him.

The monk, Greatest, confessed to the police that he took Yaba together with his pal Ek and agreed to depart the monkhood for his misconduct.

Greatest defined that Ek took the drug and attacked him within the morning by hitting his arm with a fluorescent tube. He ran away from his lodging to hunt assist from different monks, whereas Ek bumped into the primary corridor and started destroying statues.

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