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Rock throwing band don’t want horn section

Rock throwing band don’t want horn section

Police arrested a group of gangsters on Saturday who turned violent after a honking car disrupted their Reservoir Dogs-style jaunt down a Phnom Penh street.

According to police, the three were strolling on the Por Sen Chey district road that night when a passing car horned at them to move out of the way.

Clearly incensed, the trio gathered rocks from the street and began hurling them at the vehicle, smashing one of its windows. Hearing a commotion, police packed them off to court. Kampuchea Thmey

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