Bad jokes and brotherly love land man in jail cell

Bad jokes and brotherly love land man in jail cell

If a man has a rep for beating people up, it’s probably best not to push him on the subject, but police say that’s just what happened in Battambang on Monday when a pair of siblings got soused with some locals.

A seemingly good-natured ribbing about the noted brawler’s past exploits ended with him punching one of the two brothers in the face.

The other brother promptly picked up a stick and smacked the bully in the head with it. Both siblings fled the scene, but the cops picked up the stick wielder later that day. NOKORWAT

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