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Cafe’s slow service sets off diners’ quick tempers

A small restaurant owner probably saw dollar signs when a group of 10 arrived on Sunday, but he was seeing stars before they left.

Police in the capital’s Chamkarmon district said the 10 “gangsters” sat down and ordered food and drink, but when the wait approached an hour, the owner’s apologies weren’t enough to prevent the mayhem that followed, including broken tableware and the drawing of a samurai sword.

Police were called but not before the restaurateur sustained a hand injury. Kampuchea Thmey

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