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A play-date turns ugly as big brothers brawl

In a fight, age doesn’t matter when you come armed with a machete. A male teen was arrested after he allegedly hacked his neighbour, 22, in Kandal’s Sa’ang district on Sunday.

Both men’s sisters were playing when they had an argument and hit each other. The older man came to stop the fight but ended up arguing with the teen instead.

The young man went back to his home, came out with a machete and swiftly hacked the man’s right arm, police said. The man was hospitalised. NOKORWAT

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