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Don’t let the OJ fool you, they’re tough guys

Six teenage “gangsters” caused a ruckus in Kratie town on Sunday after a run-in in front of a grocery store.

Three high school students were buying orange juice when they encountered their rivals.

Of course, nothing fuels rage like freshly squeezed fruit juice, and within moments, the boys were attacking each other with belts and knives, leaving one student injured.

Police intervened and arrested all of the troublemakers, who’ve been sent to court. DEUM AMPIL

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