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You just don’t mess with a man’s karaoke CDs

Stealing the show is fine, but pinching a karaoke disc is not, as attendees at a small party in Poipet discovered on Saturday.

The gathering, held to celebrate the purchase of a new motorbike, turned violent when the 42-year-old host was accused by a participant of stealing his karaoke CD.

A drunken scuffle ensued and a 48-year-old woman, who tried to break up the fight, was accidently hit in the head with a stick. Police arrested the host and sent the injured woman to hospital. NOKORWAT

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