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Men fight for right to enter packed brothel

A group of young men were arrested on Monday in Svay Rieng town after trying to force their way into a fully occupied brothel.

The group of eight friends, aged between 17 and 32, had gotten inebriated and naturally then headed to a local den of vice for some company.

A pimp refused to let them in because all the ladies were busy, but the group became aggressive, eventually coming to blows with the staff.

Police intervened and arrested four. “Too drunk,” was the quartet’s excuse, police said. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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