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Workers make case for low-key birthday parties

A birthday party turned into a brawl on Sunday in Kampot town after drunken construction workers’ celebrations got out of hand.

While drinking, an argument broke out, which quickly spiraled into a fight in which rocks and even a knife were involved.

Two workers were left seriously injured and sent to hospital after police intervened. Three men were arrested. KAMPUCHEAL THMEY



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