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Drink-knifing incident leaves labourer baffled

Drink-knifing incident leaves labourer baffled

Despite the flowing beers, it was an outpouring of anger that caused a workplace injury on Monday at a cement storage facility in Meanchey district.

Cracking open some cold ones with the boys, a 38-year-old labourer noticed a truck pulling in and got up to direct it.

Outraged for an unknown reason, a fellow worker suddenly struck him in the arm with a knife before fleeing the scene.

Bloodied and bewildered, the victim was hauled to the hospital before filing a complaint to the cops.

Koh Santepheap

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