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A man alleged to be a meth addict thought his dog was “eating his thoughts”, so killed and cooked the family pet. The attack took place in Thailand’s Udon Thani province in the northeast of the country, The Daily Star reported.

The 24-year-old man named Manat (surname withheld) is reported to have been in a drug-induced psychotic episode when he beat the dog’s head in with a shovel.

Manat had reportedly taken Yaba – which translates to “crazy medicine” – a pill that contains methamphetamine and caffeine.

In a psychotic episode, Manat beat his dog’s head with a shovel until it was dead, chopped up its body into pieces, and cooked it into a stew.

Concerned the man would turn violent against local residents, villagers alerted police.

When officers from the Dong Yen Police Station arrived, Manat was found to already be in the process of turning his pet into a meal.

Manat was allegedly worried that the dog “would eat his thoughts,” he told police.

Sanae Sin, Manat’s father, 62, showed reporters where the family dog was slain, according to local news website The Thaiger.

At the scene was a cup of chilli paste, cutting tools and a pestle and mortar. Nearby, a shovel covered in blood was found.

A police report said that the man had been high on meth at the time of the killing.

The pooch, named Chao Kati, was in the process of being eaten when Manat was arrested.

Mr Sanae said the dog was normally cared for by his daughter-in-law but she had been working in Bangkok and wasn’t at home at the time of the incident.

Manat’s father buried all the parts of the dog that were left. 

Mr Sanae said his son had been addicted to meth for a long time after fleeing the military. 

He said he often sees ghosts in the house and his repeated pleas for him to get off the drugs had not worked. 

Mr Sanae hoped being arrested would lead to him getting clean.

Manat’s father said the drugs had turned his son “into a ghost”.

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A yaba pill costs as little as 10 to 20 baht – just 25-50p – according to an August report from the Thai Enquirer.

The widespread supply that has flooded the Thai market is stemming from the Golden Triangle, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) said. 

The Golden Triangle is an area that encompasses the borders of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar and is one of the largest producers of meth in the world.

Jeremy Douglas from UNODC said: “Meth and particularly Yaba can be easily found in every corner of the country – supply is up everywhere, and at this point a tablet is cheaper than a beer.”

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