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Night clubbing almost ends badly for quintet

Police suspect revenge – but then they usually do – in the capital’s most recent machete attack.

On Thursday night, five men heading home after a night out were chased by a group of men astride four motorbikes, who shouted for them to stop.

Thinking better of it, the quintet hit the gas and made a run for it. The manoeuvre spared four of them injury, though the pursuing brigands managed to hack one of the group in the back and arm. Police are now searching for the assailants. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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