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Saturday night samurai fighting stopped cold

A posse of ostentatious gangsters was arrested in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district on Saturday after their samurai bling drew the attention of locals.

According to police, the five were spotted strutting the streets wielding samurai swords without fear of authorities.

When questioned on the purpose of their armaments, they replied that they intended to attack someone, but had not managed to yet.

Any such aspirations were promptly thwarted when they were arrested and sent to court.

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