Duel ends early for one moto-bound combatant

Duel ends early for one moto-bound combatant

A moto-bound duel with samurai swords ended in dramatic fashion on Sunday night as one of the combatants had his ear sliced off during the mayhem.

Police said the 28-year-old victim was part of two groups of men battling astride their vehicles when a luckily errant swing – it was intended for the centre of his head – just missed and instead took the ear.

Police arrested the lot, claiming their swords as well as their guns, which turned out to be fake. NOKORWAT


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