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Big brother beats boy blue in bad move for both

Big brother beats boy blue in bad move for both

A case of mistaken identity got one man beaten up and another thrown in jail in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district on Monday.

Police said the suspect, 24, sought out and set upon another man, thinking him to be the person who had roughed up his little brother.

The victim’s claims that he had never met the suspect’s brother weren’t enough to stop the beating, after which the suspect escaped. He was later caught by police. KAMPUCHEA THMEY


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