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Duck breeders cry foul on hungry drunken trio

A quartet of duck breeders left three drunken villagers with serious injuries on Friday in Battambang’s Mong Russey district.

Police said the villagers asked for and received a duck for dinner, only to return after drinking to demand another.

Unwilling to part with another bird, the breeders went on the attack, axing the three hungry diners.

Police arrested the four, who insist the villagers threatened them with a bow and arrow first. Nokorwat

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