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Talking trash leads to a violent confrontation

An amicable friendship turned sour on Sunday when a vendor in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district turned into the neighbour from hell.

Upon spotting a pile of rubbish stacked outside his shop, he turned on the vendor next door, accusing the victim of fly-tipping.

The suspect allegedly attacked his neighbour after an argument as to the origin of the unidentified detritus, with the pair both ending up in hospital for treatment. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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