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Man jailed after drunk Croc Dundee impression

A 26-year-old farmer is cooling his heels and (just possibly) reconsidering his violent ways after a rice wine-fuelled incident landed him in a jail cell.

The man was drinking with a neighbour in Kandal’s S’ang district on Monday when they parted ways on less than good terms.

Afterward, he spotted the older man, 42, lurking outside his home with a knife.

A brief struggle saw our hero retreat inside then emerge with a large butcher knife to even the odds.

It more than did. After injuring his neighbour, police hauled him away.

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