A feud between sisters enveloped an entire Sattahip neighbor when a military fragmentation grenade was found outside one sibling’s doll shop.
Ngan Nukhajad, 52, owner of the Sattahip Doll Shop, called police after discovering the M67 grenade outside her 100 Years Market-area back door. A Naval Ordinance Department bomb squad removed the device without it detonating.
A Naval Ordinance Department bomb squad officer is able to remove the device without it detonating.
Ngan told investigators she’d hired a construction crew to demolish the building, which caused an argument her sister, who wanted to keep the building. The next morning, she arrived at the shop to find the device and the message “Good mouth eat beans, bad mouth eats bullets” scrawled on a wall.
A construction worker moved the grenade, which was inside a black bag, away from people and surrounded it with tires until the bomb squad arrived. Police are investigating Ngan’s sister for connection to the bomb.