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It ain’t a dance party unless there’s a brawl

Dance floors may be even more dangerous than the Kingdom’s notorious roads as yet another party brawl in Kampong Chhnang showed on Monday.

For unclear reasons, two groups of about five men each got into an altercation at a party and fell upon each other with sticks and stones.

When the dust settled, two men from one group were left badly injured and one from the other was arrested. Police are on the lookout for his comrades. NOKORWAT

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