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Wedding crashers go from vows to violence

Seven wedding crashers ensured the celebrations were unforgettable after they turned the Saturday night party into an all-out brawl.

A few beers into the party in Kandal’s Lvea Em district, the men started arguing with a 24-year-old farmer. Another farmer tried to intervene, but was attacked with chairs.

Both farmers received kicks and blows before police broke up the feud. The seven men were charged on Monday with intentionally injuring the farmers. NOKORWAT

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