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Gang beating proves the old adage: love hurts

A 22-year-old woman in Sihanoukville proved very unlucky in love on Tuesday after she was beaten up by a group of men for getting romantically involved with another man that one of the attackers had feelings for.

Police said that on the day in question, three men called the victim to a secluded spot to talk, but after a few hours of discussion, things got decidedly out of hand.

The men attacked the woman until nearby police intervened, prompting all three to successfully make their escape. Kampuchea Thmey

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