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Purchase evokes less than sweet response

A woman's bite proved as bad as her bark in Kampong Chhnang town on Wednesday. According to police, a local man became upset when his spiteful spouse began berating his mother-in-law for paying $200 for an outmoded sugar cane-juicing machine.

The husband decided to intervene – albeit violently – only to take an expertly thrown bottle to the face the moment he raised his hand. The man was sent to the hospital with serious injuries, and the woman was “educated” by police, then released. Koh Santepheap

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