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Going home worst part about wedding for guest

A wedding guest ended up a gunshot victim on Wednesday in the capital’s Por Sen Chey district.

Police said the 30-year-old was returning home from the nuptials on her moto when four men astride two bikes pulled alongside and demanded she stop.

When she instead sped up and forced them to give chase, one of the quartet pulled a pistol and shot her in the leg.

Needless to say, the chase was over and the bike was gone.

Police are investigating but the victim had no descriptions as they were masked.

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