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Burnout son rampages against his parents

Burnout son rampages against his parents

Some parents moan about their ne’er-do-well sons, but when one pulls out an axe, the moans turn to screams.

And so it was in Kampot on Tuesday when a bedraggled mum and dad had to be saved from their fiending offspring.

Police said the unemployed druggie consistently asked for cash when he needed a fix. Rejected on Tuesday, he began to kick the both of them, then chased his father into a neighbour’s home with an axe.

Terrified villagers called the cops, and he was hauled away.

KOH SANTEPHEAP

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