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Request for quiet sees neighbour bashed up

Neighbours, it should be remembered, are not always people you can trust. Police said a man was badly injured in Banteay Meanchey province on Friday night after a drunken argument over noise.

A group of villagers were enjoying bottomless drinks at their friend’s home when they were asked to keep it down. Tempers flared and the party host soon beat up his neighbour with a stick before fleeing. He was arrested, but claimed he had been “too drunk to control himself”. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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