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An incendiary ending to a familial fracas

As in-law relationships go, theirs wasn’t so hot – until it was. The combustible relationship between a man and his mum-in-law flamed out of control on Tuesday night in Tbong Khmum’s Domabe district.

After an intense verbal conflagration, the son-in-law flew into a rage and set a family motorbike on fire. Unfortunately, the moto was parked directly under their wooden house, which promptly went up in flames as well.

No one was hurt, thankfully, but the house was ruined and the man arrested.

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