Extremely angry with her boyfriend’s denial to get back together after they parted ways, the 36-year-old woman by the name of Kanok Wan set his luxurious bike on fire in a bid to take revenge.
The woman turned up at the school where the ex-lover worked and then headed to the parking area to set his bike on fire to complete the revenge.
Initially, the woman poured gasoline on the bike before setting it on fire. Her act was entirely caught on CCTV camera of the parking and several clips of it were shared on various social media platforms now.
Watch the video below:
Although nobody was hurt due to this shocking incident, there was something else that caught everyone’s attention. As many as six other vehicles that were parked nearby caught fire before the rescuers arrived at the spot to put off fire as reported by LadBible.
The firefighters’ immediate action stopped the fire from a massive accident. Briefing about the incident, the police told that the incident happened on the third floor of the parking building inside Srinakharinwirot University Prasarnmit Demonstration School.
The building was linked with the elementary level wing of the school. Nonetheless, there was nobody at the time of the incident since the school operated on online mode owing to the coronavirus pandemic.
In the wake of the incident, the police initiated the probe and then traced down the wrongdoer with the help of clippings of the CCTV camera of the parking building. Wan has been detained by the police and is currently being interrogated on charges of arson and damaging other people’s property
A police officer by the name of Mongkut Thanomjai told that this 1 million Baht (Rs 23 lakhs) Triumph bike was gifted to this man while the couple were still together as lovers. Nonetheless, after their relationship ended on a sad note, Wan wanted to take revenge on her former lover.