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Foot kicker gets kick back from footballers

It's all fun and games until someone gets kicked in the foot, or at least that was the case in Phnom Penh’s on Tuesday.

Police said a man was playing football with four others when he kicked one’s foot rather hard. Incensed, the injured party demanded an apology, which was not forthcoming.

Once the game had wrapped, the four players had an impromptu huddle during which they decided to attack the foot-kicker with stones, injuring him badly enough to require a hospital visit.

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