In a shocking incident, a spurned mum threw here newborn baby from a 17th floor window because, her married boyfriend had left her to return to his family.
The revelation has been made by the police.
20-year-old Netchanok Nokyungton, was apparently devastated when her cheating 40-year-old lover from South Korea found out she was pregnant and left her.
According to Police Colonel Apichai Khemphet, head of the Pattaya Polce, Nokyungtong admitted to throwing the baby out of her high-rise window in an apartment block in Pattaya. She will be prosecuted after all evidence has been gathered.
He went on to add that Nokyungtong gave birth in bathroom where blood was found on the floor. She said she was shocked and not ready for the birth.
Apparently, the boyfriend is a married foreigner from South Korea who did not want to stay with her. She was heartbroken because he returned to his family. Subsequently, she put the baby in a plastic bag and threw it out of the window and it died.'
According to Nokyungtong she had been in a relationship with her boyfriend "Kim", aged 40, from South Korea for two years. However, when she revealed to him that she was pregnant; he wanted nothing to do with her and left to go back to his wife.
The Police Colonel investigating stated that the crime was brutal and the baby was born in a healthy condition.
Apparently Nokyungtong did not have grief for what had happened.
Police say that according to the woman she did not have money to support the child. She has since been taken to hospital to be checked but is expected to be prosecuted.
She had previously shown police where she had claimed to have thrown the tot out the window on Tuesday, just moments after it was born.
A horrified workman who was present at the fourth floor told police that he saw a large object fall past his window and hit the ground at around 5pm. On running down to check the package he made the shocking discovery.
Police arrived and found the bloodied child wrapped in a green plastic bag with the umbilical cord still attached.
Investigations are underway.