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Bad debt causes more bad blood for this family

Bad debt causes more bad blood for this family

A Kampong Speu province man skipped right over trying to be cordial with his in-laws on Saturday when he attacked them with a knife before authorities arrested him.

Officers say the suspect drew a blade after his beau’s parents confronted him in Sen Dei commune about an unpaid debt.

When constabulary came the slasher son-in-law was led off to face charges and the neighbours ferried the couple off to hospital to be stitched up.

Rasmei Kampuchea

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