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Troublesome truants tilt at, trounce each other

Like a cavalry charge of yore, four dolts wielding samurai swords rode their Daelim steeds into battle in Banteay Meanchey’s Poipet district on Friday.

Police said the quartet, astride two motos, got into an argument when one half of the equation refused to sell drugs to the other.

The impromptu jousting session took an unfortunate turn when they predictably crashed. All four – described as “students who never go to school” – were sent to hospital. Deum Ampil

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