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A Vietnamese woman has admitted to paying for her foot and part of her arm to be cut off in order to claim an insurance payout, police say.
In May, the 30-year-old woman, named as "Ly Thi N", pretended she had been hit by a train, the People's Police Newspaper of Vietnam reports.
But she has now reportedly admitted to having paid a friend $2,200 (£1,660) to sever her limbs.
The aim was to claim more than $150,000 from her insurance company.
A supposed bystander, "Doan Van D", the same person who did the cutting, had called an ambulance after "finding" the injured woman on a Hanoi railroad.
Pictures published by the official police newspaper showed the woman three months later, with her wounds healed.
She is believed to run a struggling business, according to local media.
'Only in Vietnam'
The unusual case has led to heated discussion on social media in Vietnam.
"A very typical case of insurance fraud. The kind of joke that only happens in Vietnam," Facebook user Ly Phan posted.
"Lost 50 million, 1 hand, 1 leg, and now you are at risk to go to jail. No benefit at all."
Several users decried the woman for the dangerous move, while others questioned how desperate she must have been.
"She may be going bankrupt or urgently need money to do something like that. It is never easy to cheat insurance companies," Thanh Phuong Quynh Le said.
Hoa Nguyen said she felt sympathy for the woman: "How destitute must a person be to do such a thing?"
Police have dropped the criminal investigation against both suspects, the Tuoi Tre newspaper reports.
Le Van Luan, of the Hanoi Bar Association, told the BBC that it would be difficult to find the appropriate law to charge the pair with under the penal code.
"We need a new article for this kind of fraud," he said. "Her self-harm is horrible and extremely rare."
Vietnamese woman 'pays friend to cut off foot and arm' to claim insurance payout'
The 30-year-old pretended she had been hit by a train in order to claim more than $150,000 from her health insurance company
A Vietnamese woman paid her friend to cut off her foot and a section of her arm as part of an insurance scam, police have said.
The 30-year-old named, as “Ly Thi N”, claimed she had been hit by a train in order to claim more than $150,000 from her health insurance company.
But following a three month investigation by police, it emerged she had paid a friend, named as "Doan Van D", $2,200 (£1,660) to severe off her limbs in May.
"Doan Van D" then called an ambulance and pretended to "discover" her injured on a railway in Hanoi.
The woman was taken to hospital where doctors concluded it would be impossible to re-attach her limbs.
“N hired D to cut her hand and foot, then continued to have him report false information to the police,” Bac Tu Liem police chief, Nguyen Thanh Tung, told Vietnamese newspaper Tuoi Tre on Tuesday.
“The greatest shame is that N, instead of claiming the money, has suffered a huge loss by losing both her hand and foot.
“Her case sends a warning that people should not attempt insurance fraud at the expense of their own health.”
Mr Tung said it was the first time he had ever come across such an insurance scam.
A source told Vietnamese newspaper Thanh Nien, that “Ly Thi N” had sought the payout after incurring losses in her business.
Pictures published in local media appear to show the woman three months after the incident with her wounds healed.
The case has ignited debate on social media in Vietnam, with some users railing at the danger she caused herself and others expressing sympathy for her desperate situation.
User Hoa Nguyen said: "How destitute must a person be to do such a thing?"
Police have dropped a criminal investigation against the suspects, the Tuoi Tre reports.
Le Van Luan, of the Hanoi Bar Association, told the BBC, a "new article" in Vietnamese law is needed for "this kind of fraud", as under the country's penal code it would be difficult to charge the pair.
Vietnamese woman paid a friend to cut off her foot and arm so she could claim £115,000 on health insurance
A woman in Vietnam persuaded a friend to cut off her hand and foot so she could pretend to have been hit by a train in an elaborate insurance scam.
In May, the 30-year-old woman, identified only as Ly Thi N, was found near a railway level crossing in the Vietnamese capital, Hanoi.
A man called Doan Van D, had called an ambulance, saying he had found the injured woman, who he claimed was a stranger, by chance.
Ly Thi N believed she stood to gain £115,000 by claiming on her health insurance.
The case has led to a heated debate on social media in Vietnam.
Facebook user Ly Phan wrote: 'A very typical case of insurance fraud. The kind of joke that only happens in Vietnam.
'Lost 50 million, 1 hand, 1 leg, and now you are at risk to go to jail. No benefit at all.'