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Guests enjoy ‘smashing’ wedding, sans the wine

Police are investigating whether it was sour grapes that led to a good wine being ruined at a wedding in Pailin on Tuesday.

One man cracked another man, 20, over the skull with a wine bottle as their argument descended into violence.

Police are looking into the exact nature of the argument, which has so far been hard to ascertain as the victim is still dazed and his attacker at large. DEUM AMPIL

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