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Words can hurt, too, former friends find out

Four men were arrested in Kratie town on Saturday after drunken merriment turned sour. Police reported that the group of friends were drinking together when an argument erupted over some verbal abuse.

Two of the men allegedly seized rocks to attack to the other parties, causing serious injuries to their backs before attempting to escape.

Some villagers blocked their path and handed the men over to police, who sent half the inebriates to court and hospital respectively.

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