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Sore loser leaves fight’s victor more than sore

Sore loser leaves fight’s victor more than sore

Police in Kandal’s Koh Thom district are searching for a suspect accused of attacking another man on Saturday. Police said the victim, 35, triggered an argument with another man, 23, after a beer-soaked dinner.

The two fought each other, and the younger lost the fight. But fuming with anger, he returned to the scene with a cleaver and proceeded to hack the other in the back of the head. The victim was critically injured and admitted to a hospital by his brother. The suspect is currently at large. RASMEI KAMPUCHEA


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