Mini-mart open late, but customer’s lights go out

Mini-mart open late, but customer’s lights go out

No good deed goes unpunished, especially when you are dealing with an inebriated individual. A mini-mart worker in Chamkarmon district learned this the hard way on Friday night when he intervened in a domestic dispute.

The husband had been drinking, police said, and after smashing a bottle of wine on the ground and lunging at his wife, the worker tried to intervene. But the man fell to the ground, bonking his head. He was sent to the hospital and police arrested the worker. KOH SANTEPHEAP


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