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Man can’t start his day without coffee, flirting

Coffee shops are the place to get a buzz, but one man’s experience in such an establishment left him with a sore head.

The man, 32, fancying himself as a Don Juan, strolled into the shop in the capital’s Tuol Kork district on Tuesday.

Liking the look of a female customer, he had the temerity to summon her over to sit next to him. Unluckily for the man, the woman was in the company of her boyfriend, who called on his friends to administer a beating.

The crew fled when police arrived, leaving the still dateless man to nurse his wounds in hospital. DEUM AMPIL

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