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Electricity bill sparks beating from landlord

A highly charged encounter with an angry landlord earned a 27-year-old Kandal province tenant a serious beating on Tuesday.

After not paying his electricity bills to the landlord for three months, the house owner had grown a short fuse and snapped, beating the tenant badly in his rented room.

Neighbours heard the commotion and pulled the landlord off as police arrived to send the pugilistic property owner to court. DEUM AMPIL

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