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Drunk tuk-tuk driver’s colleague gets stoned

A slow friday night for a pair of tuk-tuk drivers turned into high drama, leaving one in hospital and one in court.

Police reported that the men were waiting for customers in Poipet town, and bought some rice wine to pass the time.

A drunken argument soon broke out and escalated to one of the men seizing stones to attack the other.

Nearby police intercepted the assault, arrested the 38-year-old aggressor and sent the victim for medical treatment.

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