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Slow teen left holding the bag, and six swords

Slow teen left holding the bag, and six swords

A Pailin teen chose to plead ignorance despite being caught with his and all his friends’ weapons when he was arrested in the province’s capital town.

While sitting outside a friend’s house on Tuesday in what he claims was an innocent gathering, the 14-year-old was shocked when his five friends pulled out swords for a fight.

Authorities showed up and five of the youngsters dropped their blades and ran, leaving their allegedly faultless friend to explain the six pieces of steel that were found.

Police took the deserted delinquent to the station for legal action.

Kampuchea Thmey


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