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Coffee shop boss offers cutting-edge service

A drunken motodop was attacked with a cleaver by his nephew-in-law after pestering the man and refusing to leave his coffee shop.

The motodop, 53, was mocking his in-law, 44, who already disliked him for frequently leaving without paying.

The shop owner asked his rowdy relative to leave and, upon his refusal, grabbed a cleaver and hacked the motodop in the head before fleeing the scene.

The victim was hospitalised and police are on the lookout for the suspect. NOKORWAT

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