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Wedding parties become war parties after spat

A 21-year-old wedding guest was apprehended on Tuesday for attacking a fellow attendee in Kampong Chhnang’s Samaki Meanchey district.

Police said the man, along with some of his friends from the groom’s side, engaged in an argument with some of the bride’s guests during dancing.

After the two parties stopped quarrelling and the wedding ended, the suspect and his friends cornered one of the guests they were bickering with and beat him with wooden sticks, causing head injuries. Police arrested the perpetrator, though his accomplices got away. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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