Enemies found to be cruising for a bruising

Enemies found to be cruising for a bruising

Revenge is a dish best served with sticks and rocks while chasing one’s enemies on a motorbike, or such was the thinking of five men in Phnom Penh’s Tuol Kork district on Saturday.

Police said three men were riding home on a moto when five others on two more motos began chasing them.

The three men sped up, but their pursuers began pelting them with rocks and beating them with sticks. Ultimately the attackers escaped, and one of the victims was hospitalised. Police are now on the lookout for the suspects. KOH SANTEPHEAP


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