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Video game addict tries to poison his family after the Wi-Fi connection is broken to make him play

Video game addict tries to poison his family after the Wi-Fi connection is broken to make him play

  • Sak Duanjan, 29, came home drunk and started playing games at high volume
  • His parents tried to sleep in their home in Sisaket, northeastern Thailand
  • His stepfather got up and turned off the Wi-Fi router, causing a furious queue
  • The next morning, Duanjan & # 39; s mother discovered deadly pesticides in their well

A video game addict attempted to poison his family after disconnecting the wifi to make him stop playing at high volume in their home in Thailand.

Sak Duanjan, 29, came home drunk and started playing loud games on his smartphone while his parents tried to sleep in Sisaket.

His stepfather Chakri Khamruang, 52, got out and turned off the wifi to prevent further disturbance by Duanjan.

The next morning, his mother Suban Duanjan, 51, discovered that lethal pesticides were floating through the gamer on the water in the family's well.

Sak Duanjan, 29, poisoned his family the well in Sisaket, northeastern Thailand last Thursday after his stepfather turned off the wifi

Sak Duanjan, 29, poisoned his family the well in Sisaket, northeastern Thailand last Thursday after his stepfather turned off the wifi

Suban Duanjan, 51, said: & I still didn't believe he could do this. I know he gets angry very quickly. We have done our best to deal with his anger, but this time it has become too much & # 39;

Suban Duanjan, 51, said: & I still didn't believe he could do this. I know he gets angry very quickly. We have done our best to deal with his anger, but this time it has become too much & # 39;

Suban Duanjan, 51, said: & I still didn't believe he could do this. I know he gets angry very quickly. We have done our best to deal with his anger, but this time it has become too much & # 39;

Mrs Duanjan discovered deadly pesticides on the surface of the water the next morning when she started cooking rice

Mrs Duanjan discovered deadly pesticides on the surface of the water the next morning when she started cooking rice

Mrs Duanjan discovered deadly pesticides on the surface of the water the next morning when she started cooking rice

The stepfather and son had rowed turbulently after the wi-fi was turned off when Duanjan screamed obscenities and hit the house last Thursday.

Mr. Khamruang was forced to beat the younger man to let him sober, but the couple went to bed and thought that this would be the end.

Mrs. Duanjan said she discovered the poison when she went to fetch water to cook rice in the morning.

The shaken mother said she was amazed that her own son would try to kill her and her husband.

Mrs. Duanjand said: & # 39; I saw my son go downstairs and put something in the pot around 2:00 am & # 39; at night. I asked him what he was doing, but he didn't answer and went back to his room. So I let it go and went back to bed.

& # 39; I still didn't believe he could do this. I know he gets angry very quickly. We have done our best to deal with his anger, but this time it has become too much. & # 39;

The family decided to call the local authorities for help in reducing the son's violent behavior.

Chakri Khamruang, 52, the husband's stepfather and his mother (right) - they involved the authorities because they don't know how to deal with Duanjan

Chakri Khamruang, 52, the husband's stepfather and his mother (right) - they involved the authorities because they don't know how to deal with Duanjan

Chakri Khamruang, 52, the husband's stepfather and his mother (right) – they involved the authorities because they don't know how to deal with Duanjan

His stepfather got out of bed to turn off the WiFi router to prevent his son from disturbing his sleep with his loud gaming

His stepfather got out of bed to turn off the WiFi router to prevent his son from disturbing his sleep with his loud gaming

His stepfather got out of bed to turn off the WiFi router to prevent his son from disturbing his sleep with his loud gaming

Duanjan later admitted that he had put the poison into the family's water supply because he was still sucking after being prevented from playing his smartphone game.

The mother added: & # 39; We wanted government officials to take him to the hospital for treatment because we didn't want to live in fear and wondered when he would attack us again.

& # 39; He plays so much on his phone, I think he's stressed. It is difficult to stop him because he is now an adult boy. So we asked for help. & # 39;

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