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Munchies leave man punchy after beating

One man’s midnight snack quickly turned sour after he was allegedly robbed at gunpoint in Banteay Meanchey’s Poipet district on Monday.

The man was riding his moto to buy some fried noodles at night when three suspects riding motos followed him, police said.

The men reportedly threatened him with a gun before deciding to bludgeon him with their fists. The men fled the scene but police caught them mid-escape. DEUM AMPIL

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