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After bump, biker pulls weapon of laceration

After bump, biker pulls weapon of laceration

A motorbike key turned out to be the key piece of evidence after it was used to hit a Phnom Penh man.

Authorities say the man was walking home from his uncle’s in Choam Chao commune with two friends on Sunday when he clipped a passing rider, causing a minor accident.

Everyone was calmed after the ensuing argument. Apparently unsatisfied, the motorist came back later to hit out with his key ring before fleeing the scene.

The victim was taken to the hospital and a complaint was filed against the skull stabbing cyclist.

Kampuchea Thmey


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