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A 32 yr previous Thai woman met her premature demise after being allegedly pushed by her boyfriend from the 23rd floor to the seventh floor of a condominium in Setia Alam, Malaysia.

Shah Alam OCPD Assistant Commander Mohd Iqbal Ibrahim disclosed that the authorities acquired a distressing report relating to the incident exactly at 10.02pm native time (9.02pm Thailand time) final night time.

ACP Mohd Iqbal acknowledged in a press launch immediately that in accordance to an eyewitness, the Thai woman and the suspect have been engaged in a heated argument earlier than the unlucky push occurred from the 23rd floor of the condominium.

Remarkably, legislation enforcement was swift to apprehend the 37 yr previous suspect on the scene of the crime roughly eight minutes after the incident, shedding gentle on the tragic circumstances surrounding the case.

The accused, an Indian nationwide employed as a lorry driver, possesses a troubling felony historical past comprising seven prior offences, alongside testing constructive for hashish, reported The Star.

“The suspect might be held in custody pending additional inquiries. We’re pursuing the matter below Part 302 of the Penal Code for homicide. We implore people possessing pertinent data to attain out to investigating officer Assistant Superintendent Muhammad Khairi Kamaruddin at 012-266 6025.”

In associated information, a Chinese language man joined the insensitively named “Pattaya Flying Membership” when he reportedly dedicated suicide by leaping from the 18th floor of a condominium in the favored seaside resort on February 11. The motive for his tragic determination is believed to be a dispute along with his spouse.

In different information, a 63 yr previous Romanian vacationer met with a deadly finish after falling from the balcony of a seven-story resort in Soi 5, Pattaya. The incident, which occurred on the morning of February 9, has left the local people in a state of shock. The sufferer had suffered extreme head accidents and dislocated limbs, leaving no likelihood of survival.

For those who or anybody you realize is in emotional misery, please contact the Samaritans of Thailand 24-hour hotline: 02 713 6791 (English), 02 713 6793 (Thai), or the Thai Psychological Well being Hotline at 1323 (Thai). Please additionally contact your pals or family members at the moment you probably have emotions of loneliness, stress, or despair. Search assist.

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