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Motorbike madness in capital hospitalises two

Motorbike madness in capital hospitalises two

Teenage gang rivalry isn’t the harmless fun it used to be. Two high school students were left in hospital on Wednesday night after being attacked with what police described as machetes.

The students, both 18, were enjoying a motorbike cruise through the streets of the capital’s Chamkarmon district with others when 10 men on motorbikes gave chase.

It ended in the thugs hacking the teenagers in the head and back. Police believe revenge was a motive and are on the hunt for the culprits. Koh santepheap


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