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Tailor stitched up by unwelcome guests

A tailor from the capital’s Chbar Ampov district was hospitalised after a fight with his neighbour.

Police said the tailor’s mobile phone was stolen a few days earlier when drinking beer with fellow villagers at his house.

The disappearance provoked an argument with a guest, during which the tailor warned the villager to stay away from his house, slapping him in the face.

The villager left, allegedly returning with a wooden stick and a knife, and seriously injured him in the attack. Villagers arrested the suspect and sent him to the police station.

RASMEI KAMPUCHEA

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