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Policeman shoots two who booed his karaoke 
Alex Spillius in Bangkok 


A THAI policeman has confessed to shooting one man dead and attempting to kill another because they booed his karaoke performance, police said yesterday.

Jirawat Sangworn, 25, who has admitted both charges, claimed he was provoked by the victims' heckling when he was about to sing the same song for the fourth time in the early hours at a Bangkok nightclub.

As the abuse grew fouler, he crossed to the victims' front row table. He killed one man with two shots from his service pistol. The other was hit four times and suffered serious injuries.

The policeman was singing a Thai popular classic called Tears of a Sergeant, which tells of an army officer whose wife runs off with a richer man, leaving him with their only child.

A police spokesman said: "The suspect confessed that he just could not stand their teasing." Jirawat was arrested when he arrived for work at national police headquarters later that day.

 

 

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