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Man spits out drink, followed by his teeth

Man spits out drink, followed by his teeth

A poorly thought out spit-take has left a man recovering in hospital with severe injuries. Police said the man was in a dark Sen Sok district night club on Tuesday when he decided to spit a mouthful of water onto the floor.

Unfortunately, the water landed instead on the foot of a local “gangster” who, not surprisingly, took offence. He was quickly joined by a group of friends, one of whom smashed a wine bottle over the victim’s head. Police were able to arrest four men, while others successfully eluded them. Koh Santepheap

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