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Boys will be boys, sure, but violence means jail

Twenty-somethings, right? Four youths aged between 20 and 25 were arrested for getting rough in a nightclub and destroying an opposing gang member’s motorbike in Svay Rieng town on Tuesday.

Police said the two gangs had such bad blood between them that they started fighting as soon as they spotted each other at the club, with one destroying the bike in revenge. Police intervened and arrested four, but some managed to escape. DEUM AMPIL

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