Convicted thief rapes disabled woman

A 19-year-old who was only recently released from prison has been arrested and charged with the vicious rape of a disabled woman and admitted that he also planned to throw her into a pond, Sa Kaeo police said on Tuesday.

Pol Lt Manop Slatan, an investigating officer of Khao Chakan police station in Sa Kaeo province, said police received a report that a 23-year-old woman who could not talk or walk had been assaulted and raped in her home by Ekawat Wong-anu, who had been released from prison only five days earlier.

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The woman's relatives told police that when they returned home from farming they saw Ekawat carrying the woman out of the house. When the man saw them, he threw her to the ground and tried to run away, but people nearby were able to get hold of him.

The relatives said the woman was rushed to hospital. She was in pain and was bleeding because the 19-year-old also had anal sex with her.

The woman's parents were involved in a minor car accident, and were slightly injured, while rushing to the hospital to be at her side.

Ekawat admitted to police that he was released from prison only five days earlier after serving time for theft. The charges had been brought by the disabled woman's parents.

When he was released he was furious and wanted revenge, so he decided to rape their daughter.

He also confessed that he had planned to throw the woman into the pond, but was caught first, according to police.

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