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No chance to save face if you’re caught staring

Never look a “gangster” in the eye, at least if you don’t want a beatdown. Two partiers learned that the hard way in the wee hours on Monday after leaving a club in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district.

Riding home on their moto, they had stopped to make a call when a group of six men approached with bad intentions.

Police said a melee ensued when the six accused the duo of “looking at their faces”, then set upon them with clubs and fists, before swiping their bike. Police are now looking for the suspects. KOH SANTEPHEAP



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