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Live by the sword, get arrested by the sword

Three steel workers brandished the wrong type of metal in Russey Keo commune in Phnom Penh on Friday when they were found driving with two samurai swords.

Suspicious police stopped the young trio for questioning and found the weapons. Unable to find further fault, authorities settled on an illegal transport of weapons charge.

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