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Who said a wife is always the first to know – woman shocked to find out what her husband was really up to

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Who said a wife is always the first to know – woman shocked to find out what her husband was really up to | Samui Times
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A woman in Udon was very proud of her husband who went to work every day in his smart police uniform.
Though he never seemed to have much money he was a good man so she bought him a car to take their three year old to school.
Little did she know that not only was he not a policeman, but he was using the car she had bought him to drive around with his “mia noi” (his mistress) stealing stuff from shops.
And he even had a kid with his partner in crime and bit on the side.
All was revealed to the wife after police had failed in a bungled attempt to catch her husband at an Udon department store car park yesterday.
Police were finally acting on a warrant issued in April to arrest Saraburi native Somsak Kaewkornthai, 36, for theft but he managed to get away. He shot at officers before reversing his car into a police vehicle.
He sped off in the car his wife bought him and the cops chased him but he crashed. He then fled on foot into a housing estate and despite a two hour search he could not be found.
In his abandoned vehicle cops found two police uniforms and tools for house breaking.
Earlier police had discovered that Somsak and his mia noi, Wanida Inbuddee, 24, were involved in the theft of 50 designer bags and cash from the Toklai Leasing shop. It was all worth a million baht.
Cops manager to arrest Wanida who admitted the pair were accomplices.
After the bungled arrest of Somsak police went to tell his wife what he had been up to. She was shocked saying she thought he was a policeman – they had been married for four years and she never suspected a thing.
Wanida said she committed crime with Somsak to get money for the child that she had with him.
Now the hunt is on again to round up Somsak once and for all.
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