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Road rage leads to wounded ego, head

A drag race in Kampot on Monday ended badly for the 22-year-old driver of the slower car due to a rock thrown by his 20-year-old competitor.

The younger driver tried to overtake the victim on a road in Kampong Trach district, which escalated into a race.

Both drivers then stopped, and had a yelling match, which ended with the younger man throwing a rock at the victim’s head.

The suspect drove off but was arrested half an hour later.

Rasmei Kampuchea

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