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Man attacked with saw by drunk neighbours

A petty grudge and a drunken attack left a resident of Banteay Meanchey’s Malai district badly injured last Monday.

According to police, the suspect was drinking with friends when he and a friend paid a visit to a neighbour with whom he had had an argument.

The two attackers found the man sleeping and attacked him with a saw, injuring him on the head, arm and waist before fleeing into the jungle.

Police caught up with the man on Friday, and the suspect confessed to the attack. Nokorwat

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