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Guitar attack man dies

Guitar attack man dies

A CAMBODIAN national died in hospital last week from injuries he allegedly sustained during a drunken brawl in Thailand’s Sa Keo province. Say Soeurm, 36, from Banteay Meanchey’s Thma Puok district, died after a Thai man allegedly broke one of his ribs in a fight that erupted last Sunday as the two drank wine, Kouk Romiet commune chief Toun Dol, said yesterday. “The Thai man beat him with a guitar, a bat and a spade on his body,” he said.

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