After bump, biker pulls weapon of laceration

After bump, biker pulls weapon of laceration

A motorbike key turned out to be the key piece of evidence after it was used to hit a Phnom Penh man.

Authorities say the man was walking home from his uncle’s in Choam Chao commune with two friends on Sunday when he clipped a passing rider, causing a minor accident.

Everyone was calmed after the ensuing argument. Apparently unsatisfied, the motorist came back later to hit out with his key ring before fleeing the scene.

The victim was taken to the hospital and a complaint was filed against the skull stabbing cyclist.

Kampuchea Thmey

MOST VIEWED

  • Protests planned in New York as Hun Sen to attend the UN

    Prime Minister Hun Sen will speak at the United Nations General Assembly in New York this week. But US-based supporters of the Supreme Court-dissolved Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) plan to throw eggs at his car as part of a series of protests to coincide

  • CPP: ‘Behave or Sokha suffers’

    The ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) spokesman warned Kem Monovithya on Thursday that her attempt to damage “national reputation and prestige” would lead to her father, Kem Sokha, receiving even harsher punishment. Sok Eysan issued the warning as Monovithya, who is the court dissolved

  • News Analysis: Defiance can last for how long?

    The Cambodian government has so far stood strong in the face of mounting international pressure over its treatment of critics, but analysts, diplomats and ruling party officials now wonder how long the defiance can last. The European Union has led the firestorm of criticism, threatening

  • ‘Freedom fighters’ or ‘foreign puppets?’

    Former Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) official Meach Sovannara was joined by supporters at a rally in California on Saturday, where a US lawmaker hailed members of the outlawed opposition as “great freedom fighters”. However, a Cambodian government spokesman said such a phrase belonged to