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Thin motodop had slim chance of besting rival

A long running feud over turf came to a head between two motodops out by the airport on Friday night.

Police said yet another argument had erupted over a would-be passenger when half of the equation, the skinny half, decided to get physical and even the odds with his much larger foe by cracking him over the head with a bike lock on the end of the chain.

Unfortunately for him, the big man, injured but still standing, quickly put his weight advantage to use and left his thinner foe unconscious.

Police sent the coldcocked motodop to hospital, while the other was treated at a local clinic.

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