Jilted husband killed his love rival by hacking off his penis after he refused to stop seeing his wife – The Sun
A JILTED husband chopped off his wife's lover's PENIS after he refused to stop their affair her.
Amornrak Jitkoh, 45, was furious after discovering his wife, Nai, was seeing local policeman Jumrus Doljue, 57, in Kalasin, northeastern Thailand.
Amornrak admitted plotting to kill Jumrus after his fortune-teller wife refused to reconcile with him.
The unrepentant killer then set fire to the policeman's car to lure him from the house before pouncing on him with a knife on Saturday.
Police found Jumrus's mutilated body with his penis hacked off leaving a gaping wound in his crotch.
He also had 23 stab wounds on his neck and torso.
Amornrak was traced to near by restaurant and arrested yesterday while he ate a bowl of noodles.
He smirked while confessing that he brutally murdered the policeman out of jealousy after his wife asked for a divorce and refused to leave the cop.
Police paraded the killer through the streets before press following his arrest.
At a police conference, he said: "I suspected he was having an affair with my wife since November 2018, then in February 2019 my wife asked for a divorce.
"We still lived together until we had a fight last September that caused her to move away to her family's house, which I later discovered was next to the official residence for police officers.
"I went to talk to her but she still refused to stop her affair with the policeman so I went and talked to him. He was not willing to stop seeing my wife so I killed him."
Police Lieutenant General Charoenwit Srivanich said the murder was a consequence of problems in the domestic relationship.
He said that Amornrak had confessed to charges of murder and he would be remanded in custody for a court date to be set.
"This was a brutal killing and the suspect has confessed to charges of premeditated murder, arson and being armed in public," he said.
"He will be interrogated again and taken to the scene for a re-enactment before the legal case continues."
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