Angry ex-con has a cow over bovine visit

Angry ex-con has a cow over bovine visit

The grass may be greener on the other side of the fence, but for God’s sake, don’t let your cow near it if the fence belongs to an angry ex-con. Police said a Kratie town man learned that the hard way when his bumbling bovine wandered onto the land of his recently imprisoned neighbour.

Infuriated that the ruinous ruminant had eaten his grass, the neighbour allegedly took up an axe and attacked the cow’s owner, badly injuring his back. The suspect fled, only to be chased down and hauled to court – again. Kampuchea Thmey

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