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Adulterer says rough sex was consensual

adulterer says rough sex was consensual

A public hospital director accused of adultery with a nurse has asserted he was unaware she was still living with her husband but admitted to engaging in rough sex with her at her encouragement.

The director has been transferred from the tambon health promotion hospital where he worked to the Nonthaburi public health office pending an investigation.

Thanakit Jitareerat, vice-minister for public health, invited the accused civil servant to share his side of the story on Friday.

During questioning, the director claimed he did not know the nurse had not broken up with her husband. She had told him that their relationship had ended, he said.

The 40-year-old director, who confirmed he was single, has submitted documents to explain the allegations. These documents will be forwarded to the permanent secretary for public health, according to the vice-minister.

The story came to light on Thursday when social media activist Guntouch “Gun” Jompalang brought a 30-year-old man to the Ministry of Public Health to share his account. Mr. Guntouch has requested the ministry determine whether the affair constitutes an ethical violation by a public servant.

The complainant said that his 28-year-old wife and her lover had engaged in sado-masochistic sex. He reported that she had been chained and handcuffed, and there were traces of hot candle wax on her body, including her nursing uniform.

Mr. Thanakit, who received the complaint, stated that the hospital director said he met the nurse at a seminar on September 4 last year. They started chatting and exchanging photos via Line. Their relationship gradually developed, and they began having sex in May.

The director said they had sex only four times before their relationship was exposed. He noted that the chains and handcuffs were the woman’s idea and were used only twice.

The director acknowledged knowing the woman was married and had a child but was informed that she had ended her relationship with her husband.

Mr. Thanakit said the director would contact the woman to confirm the accuracy of his statement.

The vice-minister mentioned it was too early to conclude whether the hospital director and the nurse committed adultery as alleged. A fact-finding investigation is expected to take about two weeks.

Mr. Thanakit stated that authorities would decide on the appropriate action if the director were found to have breached laws or rules governing civil servants’ behavior.

He clarified that the hospital director was not a doctor, addressing concerns about whether the incident would affect the confidence of people using health promotion hospitals.

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