Thai man hangs himself and 11-month old son in Facebook livestream

The depraved man reportedly killed himself and his infant son based on a suspicion that his wife cheated on him.

Wuttisan Wongtalay and the infant.

According to The Sun UK, he took this action following a fight with his wife, Jiranuch Trirat, 21, who he accused of cheating on him.

This incident which happened on Monday, April 24, 2017, in Phuket, Thailand saw Wongtalay put a rope around the neck of the infant and throwing her off the edge before proceeding to do the same thing.

The alleged unfaithful wife, Trirat saw the horrific video and informed the police who conducted a search and found the body of the pair in the southern part of the south of Phuket International Airport, Sakoo.

Facebook however removed the clip from its site 24 hours after it was posted, but images of the man and the baby is still rampant on the social media platform.

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