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Argument ends after clubbers get stoned

The victim of a brutal stoning outside a Phnom Penh nightclub will be kicking his two left feet after some clumsy dancing got him and his friends in trouble on Tuesday night.

One of three victims was cutting shapes when he accidentally stepped on the toes of a local “gangster”.

After he would not apologise, five suspects waited outside the club for the victims and hit them repeatedly on the head with stones.

Police are searching for the attackers and the three seriously injured men were sent to hospital. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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