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A bet on a casino fight turns out to be a draw

“What are you looking at?” are famous last words before late-night drunken violence.

For two groups of two friends in Poipet town on Wednesday, such an encounter led to a brawl that ended only when casino security guards and police intervened.

Nursing injuries to their face, body and arms, each pair claimed to not know their foes and said they were acting purely in self-defence. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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