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Paltry poultry coach brought home to roost

A raid in Ratanakkiri’s Banlung district on August 12 resulted in the arrest of one 55-year-old chicken trainer.

On interrupting the fowl play, most spectators scattered, leaving the poultry trainer to face the music.

His prize fighter was confiscated, along with some metal spurs and a scale for weighing in the bantamweight fighters.

Police are preparing to send the suspect to provincial court.

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