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Drunkard branches out into street violence

Some folks absolutely should go gentle into that good night. One who chose not to found a convenient, if nonsensical, focal point for his rage on Tuesday in the capital’s Sen Sok district.

Police said the man, drunk out of his mind, was walking home when he became enraged that a car was blocking his way. Rather than walk around it, he picked up a piece of wood and began smashing it.

Predictably, the sound awoke the owner, who, even more predictably, called the police. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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