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Loud beats lead to the blues and a few bruises

Two men who liked their tunes loud found the sonic barrage created more enemies than they’d realised on Sunday.

Police said the duo, in a long-standing feud with neighbours over their sound levels, returned home to the capital’s Por Sen Chey district on Sunday to find the street blocked by a pair of motos and five assailants.

Moments later, rocks and fists were flying. The attackers are now enjoying the silence of jail. KOH SANTEPHEAP



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