Australian’s Wife Jumps to Her Death with Baby in Bangkok

According to police reports on Wednesday morning, an Australian man’s wife jumped to her death with their 8-month-old child from the ninth floor of a condo in Bangkok’s Pathumwan neighborhood.

Around 6.30 am, Bangkok police and emergency personnel were alerted to the horrible tragedy.

The bodies of a Thai mother and her infant were discovered on a second-floor overhang when they arrived at the 21-story condo complex at Soi Mahatlek Luang 3. The infant was dressed in blue and white, and the woman was in shorts and a T-shirt.

According to the police, the 37-year-old woman and her 8-month-old child resided on the third floor with her Australian husband.

A police source claimed that after the pair argued, the woman moved her infant to the ninth floor before jumping. In the couple’s chamber, police discovered antidepressants and stress relievers.

Kiwi woman falls to her death in Australia

In Queensland, Australia, a New Zealander lost her life after falling.

Yesterday morning, local police reported that Lower Hutt resident Warriena Tagpuno Wright, 26, died after falling from a Surfers Paradise high-rise apartment.

Officers responded to allegations that a woman had fallen from a balcony at the Wahroonga Place building at around 2.20 a.m. local time.

Her death is being investigated as suspicious, according to Australian media.

After meeting Gable Tostee, 28, through an online dating app, Ms. Wright visited him at his apartment and fell 14 stories, according to the Courier Mail.

Witnesses reported hearing a woman cry, and a neighbor likely called for help after noticing the woman fall.

Shortly after the police arrived, the newspaper stated that Mr. Tostee had departed the site.

He turned himself into investigators yesterday around 11 a.m. local time, and he was interrogated at Surfers Paradise Police Station for more than two hours.

He was brought for forensic examination before being released without being charged.

Detective Superintendent David Hutchinson, the regional crime coordinator, stated that as a matter of protocol, police were examining the death as suspicious.

According to him, “we treat as suspicious right from the outset in any cases like this – any unexpected death which can’t be explained,” he told the Courier Mail.

According to Queensland police, inquiries into the circumstances of the woman’s death are still underway.

They were still questioning her Australian husband.

Parnaiba Oulapathorn was identified as the deceased. According to media accounts, she owned a diamond business. According to rumors, she married her Oxford friend in 2017 after earning her degree from Oxford University.

A German man was discovered dead with a gunshot wound to the head in a hotel room last week in Phuket’s Patong district. Police think he killed himself.

The doctor and police went to the Amata Patong Hotel to conduct an investigation. The 41-year-old German guy was discovered dead in a bed in room 827 on the eighth floor.

The man had a gunshot wound to his head, according to the investigator. The head had been pierced by a 9mm bullet fired from a Kahr pistol from the right temple to the left. The dead man’s right hand still held the gun.

Along with his German passport and a note complaining about a Thai woman and pleading with whoever discovered his body to transfer his possessions to his family, the police also found his body. Anti-depressants were also discovered in large quantities.

Australian woman jumps to her death in Central: newspaper

As of 6.49 p.m. The Apple Daily reported on Monday that an Australian woman, 40, died after jumping 23 floors from her flat on MacDonnell Road in Central on Sunday night.

A 56-year-old caretaker found the Australian national with the last name Fricker on the St Louis Mansion platform around nine o’clock in the evening.

When the building’s level one platform needed inspection, the building’s caretaker stepped outside after hearing a loud noise and discovered the woman’s death.

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