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Uninvited guests barge into Kandal man’s home

A Kandal man won’t forget to lock his door again after two suspects barged into his home looking for a brawl on Saturday.

The man was watching TV alone at his Sa’ang district house when the two suspects came in and started a fight.

A neighbour saw the commotion and called police to intervene. The suspects claimed to be seeking an apology for having their feet trampled during a wedding party.

The victim said he did not know the uninvited hot heads or why they were so angry with him. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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