In an another shocking incident, a Thai man filmed himself killing his 11-month-old daughter in two video clips posted on Facebook before committing suicide.
People had access to the videos of the child’s murder on her father’s Facebook page for roughly 24 hours.
Facebook claimed that it is not a place for content of this kind on Facebook and that has been removed.
The videos of murders, suicides and sexual assault have haunted the Facebook since the launch of its live and video sharing feature.
On Tuesday a Swedish court jailed three men for the rape of a woman that was broadcast live on Facebook.
Last week, Facebook claimed that it was reviewing how it monitored violent footage and other objectionable material after a posting of the fatal shooting of a man in Cleveland, Ohio was visible for two hours before being taken down.
Police Officer Jullaus Suvannin said that the horrific footage showed Wuttisan Wongtalay tying a rope to his daughter Natalie’s neck and than dropped the child from the rooftop of a deserted building in the seaside town of Phuket.
It is also believed that Wuttisan was living in paranoia because his wife left him.
Thai Ministry spokesman Somsak Khaosuwan said that Facebook removed the videos and the government will not take any action against the Facebook.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the company will do all to prevent such content in the future.