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Not so friendly dispute leads to hospitalisation

An argument over drugs ended in a friendship being sliced to pieces in the capital on Saturday.

Police said a man, 35, took a razorblade and stones to his friend, 24, when tensions escalated.

Onlookers later told police that they had been too frightened to intervene to help the man, who was later hospitalised.

The perpetrator tried to escape when police arrived, but was soon arrested. NOKORWAT

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