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Unfortunate fall lands on a pair of victims

Unfortunate fall lands on a pair of victims

Four blacksmiths went hammer and tong on an unlucky duo in Sihanoukville on Saturday. Police said the foursome was drunkenly tripping the light fantastic at a local club when they were literally tripped by an unlucky duo who stepped on their toes.

Needless to say, this outrage could not stand, and the four grabbed beer glasses and a cleaver and attacked the two victims. One was badly injured and sent to hospital, while the other escaped with relatively light injuries. The quartet tried to flee but the club owner had called police, who arrested all four. KOH SANTEPHEAP


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