Banglamung Hospital contacted police to inform them that a man had been admitted with bullet wounds had received medical treatment.
Inside the emergency room of the hospital, medics were trying to save the injured named Arnat Sitthisung, 25, (a motorbike taxi driver) who had received one shot to his forehead.
According to the injured, he and four friends of his went to ask for his motorbike back from his ex-girlfriend and somebody shot him.
A friend of the victim said that previously he and his friends, including Khun Arnat, went to a karaoke bar, when the victim’s ex-girlfriend turned up and drove Mr Arnat’s motorbike away while they enjoyed singing and drinking.
Evidently she had been given a spare key to his ex-girlfriend when they were together.
Later and his friends drove a pickup truck to Mr Arnat’s ex-girlfriend, to where she lived with her current boyfriend at Chokechai Village.
Whilst Mr Arnat was attempting to get his motorbike back, from his ex, four young men stopped their motorbikes nearby and fired 10 times into their group but only wounded Mr Arnat.
The police are still waiting for the victim to recover to continue their investigations.
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