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Rogue buffalo calf attacks man in capital

Rogue buffalo calf attacks man in capital

A buffalo calf wrecked havoc on Phnom Penh’s Russian Boulevard yesterday morning after it attacked a man who attempted to catch it. The male calf wandered onto the road in Sen Sok district near the capital’s water park, before causing a passer-by minor injuries. Mak Hong, Sen Sok district police chief, said he caught the rogue buffalo and took it to a police station for its owner to collect it.

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