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Husband Shocked to Find Wife Leaving Newborn Baby’s Body in Bag Before Fleeing

Husband Shocked to Find Wife Leaving Newborn Baby's Body in Bag Before Fleeing

A man intended to use his travel bag and, upon opening it, discovered the body of an approximately 6-9 month-old baby wrapped in a plastic bag inside. He claimed ignorance of his wife’s miscarriage and her placing the baby’s body in the bag before fleeing.

Around 4:00 AM, Police Lieutenant Colonel Tittapong Puthinnathawornpong, Deputy Superintendent of Wang Phraya Krai Police Station, received a report of the discovery of a newborn baby’s body. The incident occurred at Fortview Apartment, Soi Charoen Rat 7, Bang Kho Laem District, Bangkok. He rushed to the scene along with evidence collection officers, medical personnel from Chulalongkorn Hospital, and volunteers from a charity organization.

At the scene, in front of the aforementioned apartment building, a 7-story building, the body of an unidentified newborn baby was found. The baby, aged approximately 6-9 months in the womb, was in a decomposed state, suggesting death approximately one month ago. The baby was wrapped in a red plastic bag, further covered by a black garbage bag, placed inside a wheeled travel bag. Clothing was also found inside the bag. Upon investigation, Mr. Chusak Saisam, also known as Fang, aged 41, stated that he worked as a chef at his employer’s residence in Soi Ari. He lived there with Ms. Panadda Khamkongkaew, aged 30, his wife of nearly 6 years. Both are from Phayao Province and have a 5-year-old son. They rented room number 419 on the 4th floor of the Fortview Apartment building for almost a year. Panadda had recently found employment as a housekeeper but did not work for long due to her poor behavior. She left the apartment on March 18th, 2024. It is speculated that she fled with a new male acquaintance.

Before the incident, Chusak intended to use the aforementioned travel bag. When he opened it, he found clothing and discovered a black garbage bag inside. Upon further inspection, he found a red plastic bag inside the garbage bag emitting a strong odor similar to that of a corpse. Not knowing what to do, he hurriedly called his employer, who instructed him to take photos as evidence before notifying the police. However, he had to rush to work, so he asked a security guard to bring the bag downstairs.

“I had no idea that she was pregnant. Her stomach wasn’t big, and there were no signs of morning sickness. I haven’t smelled anything unusual or heard any strange noises while sleeping in the room,” Chusak said.

According to Police Lieutenant Colonel Tittapong, the owner of the case, it is suspected that Panadda may have miscarried and was afraid of the consequences, leading her to place the baby’s body in the bag before fleeing. The police will investigate Panadda’s whereabouts and the circumstances of the incident. The baby’s body will be sent to the Institute of Forensic Medicine, Chulalongkorn Hospital, to determine the true cause of death before being handed over to relatives for religious rites.

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