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Thirty-three-year-old still a problem child

An ex-convict and wayward son from Poipet town found himself behind bars again on Saturday, police said.

The 33-year-old suspect, who was released from prison after serving three years, had been drinking heavily with friends on Saturday night, disturbing neighbours.

When his 59-year-old father confronted him, an argument ensued, and the suspect punched his father in the eye twice, seriously injuring him before neighbours intervened and called police. Police soon arrived and arrested the suspect, police said. CEN

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