Accordingly the woman's husband, who thrashed her severely with a belt, a stick and a whip, was also seen in the video shouting at her "Ab Tho Bhaag Ke Dhika". Meanwhile the one-minute video which showed the woman wailing in pain after every blow on her body with a whip has gone viral, showcasing the cruel hearts of the people around her.
The incident occurred on March 10 at Launga village, but police took action after 12 days. Each time she receives a hit, the woman can be heard screaming in agony.
The missing woman's family has issued public pleas for her to return home for the sake of her three boys, ages 9, 13 and 18, and the rest of her loved ones, as reported by the Longmont Times-Call.
The abuse apparently started years ago when Mayer allowed different men into her mother's house, according to WTMJ.
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When she came to, they warned her against telling the police before they fled.
The woman's mother, Noppawan Nantakit, said her daughter is a third-year student at Kasetsart University and there was no apparent motive for the attack.
The video, which contains violent content and may be disturbing for some viewers, is now available on YouTube.