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Man literally stabbed in back for slinging insults

A food fight in Kandal province got out of hand on Monday when a disagreement over family cooking turned violent. According to police, the suspect and his brother-in-law were enjoying a drink together when talk turned to their wives’ culinary skills.

The suspect didn’t take kindly to his 20-year-old brother-in-law underselling his wife’s abilities and, in a fit of rage, grabbed a knife and stabbed him in the back. Police are still on the hunt for the hungry suspect. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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