My son was lured to his death in jungle in honeytrap by 'evil' Thai drug dealer, says of dad of murdered Brit boy | The Sun

THE dad of a Brit boy who was killed in the jungle believes his son was lured to his death with a honey trap by an "evil" Thai drug dealer.

The claims come amid a police probe into the murder of 16-year-old Woramet Ben Taota who was found battered to death in Thailand last week.

Prior to the grim discovery, he was last seen on May 6 driving a scooter accompanied by Suraphltchaya Khamsa, who was found dead in shallow grave today.

The Brit's alleged killer is Chaiwat Boongarin, 44, who has since admitted to the murder and remains in custody in the Mae Tha district.

However, his parents Steven and Ooy Graham have been left to pick up the pieces.

Earlier this week, the 60-year-old dad confronted Chaiwat during a chaotic crime reconstruction.


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He had travelled from his home in East Sussex to the scene where Ben was allegedly killed.

Amid the horror, he shouted at Chaiwat: "scum, look at me, look at me in the eye, look at me in the eye you b*****d".

Shaking with rage, he yelled at the killer: "Take his mask off, I want to see his face, You're a coward. You're a coward.

"F****** look at me you b*****d. No, you can't look at me, you're a coward. Look, look at me. You b*****d."

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But with a week in passing since the teenager was found, Steven told the MailOnline he believed his son was lured to meet his killer by a 15-year-old girl who had become hooked on methamphetamine pills. 

He claimed Ben had ridden to the secluded spot on his scooter with the girl on the back.

Steven said: "Ben was lured to meet his killer in some kind of honey trap set by this young girl.

"She and Ben have known each other since they were young, they were close.

"But she is believed to have been in a relationship with this man Wat.

"He had recently been released from prison and it is clear he was a prolific drug dealer.

"He got involved with this evil man and it ended so tragically."

The parents claimed Chaiwat was allegedly supplying the girl with drugs and Ben got involved because he was close to her.

Police also said the man was an alleged drug dealer who sold methamphetamines.

Cops had been searching for Suraphltchaya since the incident was reported.

The pair were last seen riding off together on Saturday night on Ben’s motorbike.

However, this morning the woman's family identified her body at the scene from the braces on her teeth and the jewellery she had been wearing.

She was found just three miles away from where Ben's body was discovered in the woods in northern Thailand.

Lilian Graham, Ben's grandmother, was also convinced he was lured to his death, it was reported.

She said: "Ben was with a girl and they went to the forest to meet a man.

"But something must have happened and the man killed Ben."

According to local Police,Chaiwat claimed that Ben and Suraphltchaya were allegedly caught up in his drug dealing activities.

Mongkol Sampawapol, the commander of Lampang Provincial Police, said: "Police received intelligence gathered from the search operation about the location of the body.

"The suspect who admitted to killing the boy denies killing the girl.

"He says that somebody else attacked her and buried her body in the woods.

"We suspect that the suspect is responsible for both murders, however, police will also continue investigating the deaths to check if anybody else was involved.

"The female victim's body is now being sent to hospital for an autopsy to find traces of rape or sexual assault, because the suspect has a history of these crimes.

"There were signs of bruising on her face and it is expected that she was hit with a solid object until she died."

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He is likely to face the death penalty if convicted of either of the alleged charges, it was reported.

Ben's funeral is on Monday, where he will later be carried to a sacred site for cremation.

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