Share with you a sad story, keep in mind there are still honest Thai girl.

I was in Thailand in October. On my last full day there, I was in the lower food court of the Paragon (sp?) shopping mall. I noticed a very nice looking Thai girl eating alone. I smiled at her and she smiled back. I’m pretty shy, but I really wanted to know this girl. I walked by, said hello, and gave her my business card which had my e-mail address on it. I just said, “I’m leaving tomorrow, but if you’d like to stay in touch, here is my card and e-mail address.

When I returned back to the US, I had an e-mail from “Meena”. She said that she had a myspace page and that I could contact her there. 

We started a relationship from that point on. Meena and I each got webcams, and microphones so we could talk via Yahoo messenger for free. I’d never done it before and it was amazing how easy it was to see each other and talk. 

Meena grew up in New Zealand, and comes from a very nice family. In fact, she told me of a twin sister who lived in San Fransico.

After months of talking, I really wanted to get to know this girl. I found a cheap flight on the 13th of Feb so I booked it. She teaches art at a school in BKK, and she wanted to take me down to Trang where her mother lived. Her father passed away a few years ago. 

Everything was going great when one day (night in BKK) Meena called and told me that she didn’t feel well and was going to the hospital. I never heard from her after that. She’d never return my messages or calls. That was on the 4th of Feb.

Thinking that she hadn’t been honest with me and that she had a boyfriend or something. Yes, I’ve been to Thailand before and know all about the bar girls and all that stuff. I didn’t think Meena was like that though.

I went to Thailand anyway, and tried to call Meena while I was there, but the phone said that I couldn’t reach that number at this time. I didn’t know where her school was, and only knew that her mother lived in Trang.

After I returned, I was still troubled by Meena’s lack of explaination to not talking to me. I returned last Tuesday.

On Wed, I had a message on myspace from her twin sister asking if I was the one that had been talking to Meena. She wanted my phone number and would call me that night. She never called.

On Thursday, Meena’s sister called me. 

After calling me, Meena went to the hospital and died four days later. I didn’t know it, but Meena had Leukemia. She’s had it since she was 12. She had planned to tell me when I got there about her illness. She never got the chance.

Her sister flew back to BKK the day she died. She knew that I was in Thailand, but didn’t know where I was and couldn’t get ahold of me. She was able to track me down via myspace to tell me the bad news.

Meena hadn’t been involved with anyone in five years and her family was so happy that she had meet me. They said that she was so full of life and happy about spending time with me. Her and her mother went out shopping for me. They bought new sheets for “my” bed and her mother bought me a robe to wear while there.

I just wish I had known of her illness. I would have taken the next flight there. I would have made sure that I had her mothers phone number and known the hospital in which she was going to.

My heart is broken today, but I have a new Angel watching over me

Thai Story with Farang

It’s healthy to check your thai. You can see by this story, where the feeling can bring a man to ruin his life.

A drunken British National stabbed his Thai wife in a jealous rage after finding out she hasn‘t been faithful.

At 1:00 a.m. on July 8th, 2006, Police Lieutenant General Manoch Bamphenthan of the Pattaya Police Station received a report from Miss Boosadee Maneejan, that a male foreigner had just stabbed his wife. The incident had taken place in front of Sunny Inn Hotel in Pattaya.

On the scene, the police found the body of Miss Chawee Pimasri, age 26, lying in a pool of her own blood. She had a severe stab wound to her chest, just below her left breast, and she was in critical condition. The police officers had her immediately sent to Pattaya Memorial Hospital for treatment of her wound.

Upon questioning the onlookers, it was determined that the man who had stabbed her was Mr. Denis Gill, aged 64, a British National, and also her husband. Apparently the two had been overheard having a heated argument, when Mr. Gill pulled out an 8” knife and stabbed his wife. When witnesses on the scene tried to help out, Mr. Gill fled the scene, stabbing himself as he left. He ran back into the hotel where he was staying and hid himself at the 3rd floor entrance.

The officers entered the building and found Denis sitting in a pool of his own blood, still holding the knife he used to commit the crime. He was found to be in a drunken state, making a lot of noise and carrying on like an insane person. He scolded everyone who tried to get close to him, and used the long, sharp knife to repeatedly stab himself until he was completely covered in blood. He severely sliced open his left wrist, and blood was flowing everywhere. Officers pleaded with him to cool down and instructed him to drop the knife, but Denis was in no mood to listen and was unwilling to relinquish the knife.

The officers feared that the situation might escalate, due to the fact that Denis would not give up the knife. An interpreter and a doctor from Bangkok-Pattaya Hospital were called in to help. The interpreter tried to talk to Mr. Gill and to reason with him, but had no luck. Pacing back and forth with blood draining from his body, and still wielding the knife, he threatening to kill himself if any one approached. The police and the interpreter tried again to get him to give up the knife, but had no luck. They were worried if this continued on for too long, he would die from massive blood loss.

Thirty minutes later, the officers had convinced him to drink some water. Just as the officers were handing him the water, they quickly jumped him and removed the knife from his possession. Denis was too fatigued from his blood loss to put up any kind of a fight. The police took the knife for evidence. Denis was escorted from the 3rd floor to the lobby of the hotel where and ambulance was waiting to take him to Bangkok-Pattaya Hospital. The staff at the hospital had informed the police that Miss. Chawee Pimasri, wife of Denis, had died from injuries.

Miss Busadee Maneejan, age 21, was the sister of the deceased. She had told police that Denis had been living with her sister for the last six months, and he often traveled back and forth from England. He had recently sent his wife 600,000 Baht to invest in Apple Beer Bar, which was located only 100 meters from the hotel where the crime had been committed. When he was not in Thailand, he would send her between 40-50,000 Baht a month to live on. He returned to Pattaya on June 26th to be with his wife, and checked into the Sunny Inn Hotel. He continued to manage his beer bar business with his wife but something had changed. Since he had returned to Thailand, his wife had not had sex with him. This caused Denis to think something was fishy. While he was gone, his wife had managed to bar, and he knew that many foreign men made passes at his wife. Then he found out that his wife was also dating a Thai man. This caused Denis to become very jealous and was the main reason for the argument.

Three days before the crime, Denis was consuming quite alot of alcohol and he had a heated argument with his wife. As they walked into the hotel they were shouting and yelling at each other, when Denis pulled out the knife and stabbed her.

Police Lieutenant General, Manoch Bamphenthan, who handled the case, mentioned that the reason Denis gave for committing the crime was that he was drunk and became enraged when he found out about his wife’s Thai lover. Denis is being held in police custody until he goes to trial for his crime