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Things come to a head after pat on the noggin

A wedding dance is rife with danger as longtime blotter readers will know.

Our latest incident occurred in Kandal province, where a man foolishly touched another’s head mid-dance, provoking the traditional outrage.

Deciding an apology wasn’t enough, the touched and his friends grabbed their samurai swords, while the toucher and his mates followed suit.

The ensuing melee produced a litany of serious and minor injuries which will be treated at hospital before police sort out who’s at fault.

Deum ampil



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