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Stab-happy lover picks funny way of apologising

Stab-happy lover picks funny way of apologising

A 25-year-old man was apprehended in Kampong Speu’s Oral district Saturday after stabbing his girlfriend.

The woman, 18, lived with her boyfriend in Phnom Penh, but went to stay with her parents in Kampong Speu after the couple had an argument.

A week later, the man followed her, begging her to return to Phnom Penh. When the woman refused, the man grabbed a knife and stabbed her in the back, armpit and arm.

She was hospitalised, and her parents prevented the man from escaping arrest. Nokorwat


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