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Man invites neighbour for dinner, light beating

A 45-year-old farmer was arrested on Monday in Kandal province’s Muk Kampoul district for allegedly punching his neighbour after an argument.

Police said the victim had invited the man over for dinner. They ate, talked and consumed a litre of wine. According to police, the farmer then accused his host of looking down on him.

They argued and the conviviality ended with three punches to the victim’s forehead and a trip to the hospital, police said. Afterwards, police arrested the farmer and sent him to court. NOKORWAT

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