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Wedding brawl ends when crashed by police

Five people were seriously injured after a wedding party turned sour in Pursat town on Saturday.

Police reportedly joined in on festivities when an argument broke out on the dancefloor after a reveller refused to apologise for treading on another man’s foot.

Violence escalated into an armed battle as the parties seized rocks and bottles, to the alarm of fellow guests.

The combatants were arrested by police and sent to hospital before being detained at the local station.

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