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Parking job earns man a parallel beatdown

Nothing raises tensions like a tough parking job, and this held true in Phnom Penh’s Meanchey district on Tuesday.

Police said a man had parked his moto in front of a motorist’s home, making it difficult for the man to squeeze his car past.

The driver hit the moto, prompting a flurry of curses from its owner. Not one to take abuse, the driver and his two passengers stepped out and gave the mouthy moto owner a beating.

Police intervened, however, taking everyone involved down to the station for questioning. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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