Serial child rapist in north east Thailand forced nine year old girl to fellate him
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SAKHON NAKORN: -- Police in Sakon Nakhorn have announced the arrest of a suspected serial rapist after he abducted a little girl on Monday.
Natthachai Dakawong, 35, was wanted on another warrant for the rape of a child and had already served time for a similar offence.
In his latest crime he had seen the nine year old girl standing alone by the road in the Dong Yor housing estate. He was known to the family and the girl trusted him when he said he would take her on his motorcycle to visit her grandparents.
But instead of doing that he took her to an isolated reservoir far from the village where he tried to rape her. He failed but then made the little girl fellate him until he ejaculated.
It took police several days to arrest him despite the victim telling relatives who had molested her. She had told her mum and dad that "Nat" was responsible for hurting her.
After his arrest yesterday he said that he had been drunk and had a high need for sex so he took the girl who was known to him. He admitted to what he had done and denied rape.
He was charged with rape of a girl under 15 all the same as police decided that his actions warranted that charge.
In addition he was charged with molestation and abduction.
He said that contrary to rumors flying about the neighborhood he is not infected with the HIV virus but has some other disease not related to that.
Tattone police said that he has already served time for rape of a child and is also wanted on another warrant for a similar offence.
Source: Daily News
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