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Boozer’s bender ends with beating

Boozer’s bender ends with beating

A noisy drunk in Phnom Penh’s Por Sen Chey district will likely think twice before embarking on another night of raucous carousing after being attacked by an irate neighbour on Tuesday.

Police said the man had a reputation for being loud when the spirits were flowing and was true to form on Tuesday night.

As he was about to nod off, however, a neighbour whose patience had clearly worn out attacked him with a stick.

The injured drunk was hospitalised, and the attacker is on the run.

Kampuchea Thmey

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