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Swordplay scares duo straight . . . into a tree

Two men on a motorbike drove straight into a tamarind tree and sustained injuries after being startled by a pair of “samurai sword”-wielding motorists yesterday in the capital.

The duo, who had just concluded a night of clubbing, were returning home when they bumped into the menacing-looking duo, who tried to pull them over at sword point.

In their panic, the two accelerated, only to collide with a tree ahead. The traumatised tree-bumpers were later sent to the clinic.

Koh Santepheap

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