This is the shocking moment a jealous wife films herself HANGING her son because her husband would not pick up the phone.
Nareumon Jampasert, 28, recorded herself pick up one-year-old son Theeradej Saisupan with a black rope already tied around his neck.
She then suspended the boy in the air in front of her phone as he squeals in pain, before hurling him down onto a bed still alive.
Scowling at the camera she says: ‘’You see, Joe. You care about people a lot. This is your son. This is a rope.
”Look at it. It’s not dead. I do not kill it yet. Look at it. I will take it go to die somewhere. You have to wait to see me today.
‘’If you don’t come back to take him you have to wait to see what happens today. You don’t answer my phone, yeah.’’
Nareumon then sent the sickening video to husband Jakrit Saisupan, 32, who gave it to his sister and mother.
They posted it online in a desperate bid to raise the alarm amid fears the youngster could be harmed.
Authorities raced the apartment in Bangkok at 4.30pm on August 13 and arrested Nareumon and checked the young boy over.
The mother appeared the next day at a press conference in which she broke down in tears and apologised.
She told officers that she was stressed because sales from her online shop had been low and she feared that her husband was seeing another woman because he was spending a lot of time at work.
She said: ‘’I’m hurting a lot. The first thing I was thinking was that I wanted to kill myself. I did this to the baby because I wasn’t thinking, and I was emotional.
‘’In my heart I’m thinking my husband does not care about his son, does not care about his wife.
‘’I took the baby and I wanted to do something to make my husband hurt. I took the video and sent to him.
‘’He sent to his sister and then they sent me the message to calm down and not do this. After I spoke with his family it was OK and me and the baby were sleeping.”
Police interviewed Nareumon but said it was a ‘’family disagreement’’ after the boy’s father said he did not want to take it further.
Lt Col Samat Gringaew said the baby did not have any injuries but would be checked again at hospital.
He added: ‘’We will not proceed with charges against the mother because if she goes to prison, who will take care of the child?’’
But police said that social workers – who initially wanted to seize the child – would speak with the family to ensure it was safe for the baby to return home.
The disturbing footage comes after a Thai father filmed himself hanging his 11-old-daughter live on Facebook in April.
The footage was widely shared online and led to the social media giant hiring 3,000 extra staff to police graphic content.