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Brick driver cuffed after business row

A 23-year-old driver for a brick-selling business will soon find himself facing the law after he threatened a fellow employee with a samurai sword over a payment dispute on Thursday in Kandal’s Muk Kampuol district.

The incensed young man claimed that the victim had sold 300 bricks and pocketed all the profits for himself and saw fit to escalate the situation.

The victim smartly locked himself in a back room and called the police who showed up and made the arrest.

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