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Two friends gang up on a third during session

Two friends gang up on a third during session

Egos, and then bruises, grew large in Pursat province’s Veal Veng district on Wednesday owing to a drunken spat that saw two men gang up on their friend.

Police say all three were drinking and enjoying each other’s company before the liquid courage went too far and words got heated.

The odd man out was given plenty of punches by his compadres, and they even stuck around until cops showed up.

Both buddy-beating blokes were detained and taken downtown for legal action.

Nokorwat

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