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Contentious quarrel sees quartet cleaved

A night of drinking took a sour turn on Tuesday when four men sustained grisly injuries inflicted with meat cleavers.

According to police, the four suspects and four victims were drinking at a restaurant in Preah Sihanouk when an argument ensued.

The inebriated men quickly came to blows, first with wine glasses, then with the aforementioned cleavers. Police intervened and arrested the four who initiated the fight.

They claimed they were too drunk to control their actions. Koh Santepheap

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