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No renaissance fair for victims of moto attack

Medieval jousting might have gone out of fashion centuries ago, but a group of men in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district applied some of its techniques during a gang fight on Saturday.

According to police, a group of four men clashed with another group of six after leaving a nightclub.

With a samurai sword in place of a lance, some of the suspects wreaked havoc during the fracas, attacking from atop their motorbike and seriously injuring two men. Police arrested three, the rest escaped. DEUM AMPIL

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