Thai Man slits throat of daughter who spends too much time on Facebook

41-year-old Joi reportedly slit his daughter's throat because he was enraged over her frequent surfing of the internet.

Report says that the high handed suspect subsequently locked up the victim in a rented apartment in the Muang district of Phetchaburi after the brutal act.

He was soon arrested at a checkpoint located in Thap Sakae as he tried to escape with another daughter of his.

Joi's wife who admitted that her husband was naturally violent however dismissed the incident as an outcome of a sexual abuse.

She claimed that the suspect was worried that his daughter's over invested time on social media could negatively impact on her education.

The attack on the victim, 13, happened after an intense argument between them, report says.

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