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Man pulls a ‘gun’ in headlight showdown

Nothing will end a fight quicker than flashing a gun, even if it’s a fake.

Police said our protagonist had driven up to a late-night moto repair shop in Phnom Penh’s Russei Keo district when he came to a stop with his headlight shining in the face of another customer.

Annoyed, the man protested, leading the 30-year-old suspect to pull the “gun”, before driving off. A police complaint was filed that night and the man was tracked down.

The gun was rubber; the jail cell will be real.

Rasmei Kampuchea

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