Early on Thursday morning, the Banglamung Police were notified that a young Thai woman hung herself to death at a house in S.P Village 5, off Soi Siam Country Club. The Police then went to the scene with Sawangboriboon volunteers. Upon arrival, the Police found the dead body of the Thai woman, later identified as Ms. Phun Homsombat, aged 32, in the bed room. Police estimated the death had occurred about 5 hours previously, and there was no sign of any attack on her body. The volunteers took the body down, and sent the corpse to Banglamung hospital for an autopsy. Mr. Ross James Francis, aged 67, a Canadian National and the husband of the deceased, told Police that he had lived with his wife for many years, but they often quarreled, so they kept separate bedrooms, and rarely talked to each other. He went out Thursday night with his friends, and left his wife alone in the house. He came home at 4a.m, and did not go to see his wife in her bedroom, because he did not want to disturb her sleep, and went to sleep in another bedroom. When he woke up the next morning, and went to reconcile with his wife, upon opening the bedroom door, he discovered his wife had already hung herself, and so called the Police immediately.
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