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Driver taught a violent lesson about parking

Next time a security guard tells you to park in the proper area, you may want to consider it. Police said one capital man who didn’t on Tuesday got a surprising reaction from a Chamkarmon district rent-a-cop.

After parking next to a phone shop, the man refused to repark. When the ensuing argument escalated, the guard bashed the man with his walkie-talkie. Luckily, the injuries were slight, but the guard is headed to court. RASMEI KAMPUCHEA

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