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Note to employers: Be careful what you wish for

Note to employers: Be careful what you wish for

While violence shouldn’t be condoned, one drunken man more or less brought it on himself in Svay Rieng province on Tuesday.

The boisterous boss, 23, was drinking himself stupid with his employees after a busy day in the rice fields.

In a moment of ill-judgement, he stood up and declared a cash reward for anyone who dared to punch him three times.

Not understanding the rules – or just plain fed up – one worker, 21, grabbed a wooden stick and thrashed his boss twice before his coworkers restrained him. Police are investigating. NOKORWAT


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