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Police bust a lurking swordsman at stadium

Police patrolling the area around Phnom Penh’s Borei Keila stadium on Friday evening clocked a suspicious looking figure lurking in the shadows, and so called him over for questioning.

Their hunch proved correct when the suspect was revealed to be holding a sword.

Suspecting the 31-year-old may not have been a member of the Cambodian fencing team preparing for some sunset training, the police decided to take the swordsman and his blade to the district police office.

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