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Pursat man proves extended family right

Aggrieved that his aunt and uncle wouldn’t allow him to move in with them, a 20-year-old Pursat town man set about showing them why they made the right decision on Saturday.

Police said the enraged nephew made it his business to destroy as much of their property as possible after getting the bad news, only stopping when police forced him to. A court date beckons. DEUM AMPIL



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