Video: Shocking violence as spurned lover empties gun into ex at her work desk
Picture: Daily News
CHANTABURI: -- A jealous Thai man burst into a downtown finance office and shot his ex girlfriend six times as she worked at her desk.
Dead at the scene was 26 year old Paphatsara or "Khwan" Mitphakdee, an accounts clerk of Muang Thai leasing in downtown Chantaburi, reported Daily News.
CCTV caught the shooting as Khwan slumped in a pool of blood in front of shocked work colleagues on Wednesday. She had been shot with a 9mm gun.
But police were soon on the trail of the assailant who fled the scene.
It proved to be her jealous ex boyfriend, referred to in the Thai press as " Ay Boat" or Badin Phuangphee, 28.
He had fled to a relative's house in Khlung and was arrested there.
Picture: Daily News
Police said that Khwan was not the shooter's only romantic interest.
The victim had spurned him but he also had at least one other "kik" on the go, reported Daily News.
Source: Daily News
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