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Club security take VIP area way too seriously

Three men caught up in the emotion of the music were beaten by security guards at a nightclub in the capital’s Por Sen Chey district on Wednesday night for refusing to move to another area of the dance floor.

According to police, the men, all under 30, were dancing on a prohibited area of the stage at a nightclub. When the security guards asked them to move, they just kept on dancing.

A team of 10 security guards then descended on them and beat them badly. The police took the bloodied dancers to the police station to determine who was in the wrong.

Rasmei Kampuchea

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