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Drunk garment worker cuts down drink offer

Four suds-sipping garment workers were arrested for attacking a blacksmith on Sunday in the capital’s Dangkor district. The four were at a restaurant near two blacksmiths, police said.

As one of the workers went to the toilet, the blacksmiths invited him over for a drink, but he refused, and insulted them.

This led to an argument, and one of the four garment workers slashed the blacksmith’s head with a cleaver. The victim went to hospital, and police arrested the four. DEUM AMPIL

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