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Man’s prized lawn was his sacred cow

They say a man’s house is his castle. We’re not sure what that makes his lawn, but one man seemed to take the entire thing a bit too seriously in Poipet town yesterday.

Police said that the 33-year-old had walked into his backyard only to find that a neighbour had brought his cow over to graze.

Enraged at the invasion, the man produced an axe and proceeded to attack the bovine’s owner. Police arrested him the same day. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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