Bad neighbours break good fences in K Speu

Bad neighbours break good fences in K Speu

They say fences make good neighbours, but don’t sell them short as targets of misplaced rage either.

Police in Kampong Speu took a 28-year-old man into custody on Tuesday after he and some chums decided to make kindling of a neighbour’s fence.

Her crime? Not lending him money. What’s more, she looked down on him because he was poor, he insisted. He’ll now get a chance to see how that rationalisation plays to a judge. His two mates are on the lam. Deum Ampil

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