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Alcohol fuels son’s attack on his father

Alcohol fuels son’s attack on his father

Life was not a gas for a Phnom Penh dad whose drug addict son hit him on the head with a petrol bottle on Friday night.

Police say the son was under the influence when he came to the home he shared with his pops in Boeung Tompun II commune, grabbed a canister and clocked his old man.

Family members assembled to see the pummelled patriarch off to the hospital while his unstable offspring was detained to wait for his day in front of the judge.



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