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Don’t throw around the ‘L’ word in Stung Treng

No one likes to be called lazy (except Bruno Mars), but judging by his response to the insult, a bouncer at a club in Stung Treng town really doesn’t like the term.

Police said that on Monday night, two people were leaving the club, and on their way out drunkenly insulted the man by using the ‘L’ word.

His response was to bash one of them over the head with a stone before fleeing, say police, who are now looking for the man. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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