Nepali Man Stabbed to death in Australia - NRNA

Nepali Man Stabbed to death in Australia

A Nepalese man living in Australia has been stabbed to death by his girlfriend’s living together partner in Australia as the deceased was found having an illegal relationship with a Philippine lady working in Sydney on 13 Nov. 2013. 

According to the news source, The Young bride’s joy was destroyed as her husband-to-be was allegedly stabbed to death after being caught in bed with another woman.

Amin Sthapit, A 30-year-old Nepali Student from Kathmandu, had already celebrated his bucks night ahead of his upcoming wedding to Sydney nurse Pradeepa Yonzon.

Their wedding was to be held in Sydney at the end of November, with family due to arrive from Nepal later this week.

Mr. Sthapit died from knife wounds to the stomach on Monday morning after allegedly being found in a “compromising situation” with Filipino student Gee Cy Rebacus, 28.

Police allege Ms. Rebacus’ Filipino boyfriend Roy Tabalbag, 28, unexpectedly came back to their Mona Rd, Darling Point, unit at about 10 am, and found his girlfriend and Mr. Sthapit in the bedroom.

Police allege Ms. Rebacus, bleeding from a slashed tendon in her thumb, ran after Tabalbag before returning to her dying lover.

Blood was found on the buttons in the building’s lift as well as in the foyer.

Paramedics found Mr. Sthapit lying in the corner of the bedroom in cardiac arrest. His wounds were so deep organs were exposed.

Tabalbag was yesterday refused bail after facing Penrith Local Court charged with Mr. Sthapit’s murder.

He was also charged with causing grievous bodily harm to Ms. Rebacus, who allegedly suffered knife wounds to her hands.

Mr. Sthapit’s distraught fiancee Ms. Yonzon, who works as a nurse at a Sydney hospital, is understood to have received a heartbreaking call to say her husband-to-be had been murdered.

The devastated bride-to-be, who recently celebrated her Great Gatsby-style hen’s night the same night Mr. Sthapit hosted his buck’s party, was yesterday being consoled by friends.

On Facebook recently, Ms. Yonzon tagged a photograph of Mr. Sthapit with: “You are the closest I’ll ever come to magic.”

Mr. Sthapit moved to Australia from Nepal with Ms. Yonzon a few years ago. He worked as a chef at the popular Golden Sheaf Hotel in Double Bay.

Police allege Tabalbag and Ms. Rebacus were in a relationship and had lived together for some time at the Mona Rd unit where police allege the fatal stabbing took place after a fight broke out between the two men.

Tabalbag was remanded to face Parramatta Local Court on January 15.

Source: The Australian