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Love triangle comes to sharp end after brawl

A Banteay Meanchey player learned an important lesson in love on Sunday when he lost not one but two of the women in his life.

Police said that the womaniser was walking with his girlfriend when his other lover started pelting the pair with stones.

A fight soon broke out between the two women while the man begged them to stop. Police soon arrived to stop the affair and arrested the brawling females. DEUM AMPIL

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