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Security guards saved anger for a rainy day

Three market security guards are on the lam after beating a man into a hospital bed on Monday.

Police said the 53-year-old was employed to take down the large umbrellas a local company rents to market vendors each day.

Thanks to a rain shower, he fell behind in his duties, prompting an argument with guards, who began seizing the umbrellas themselves.

Guards rained down a series of slaps, kicks and knees to the man’s head. The trio quickly fled. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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