Big day of booze ends in brutal machete attack

Big day of booze ends in brutal machete attack

Whether in reality TV shows or Kampong Chhnang, rice wine and arguments just don’t go well together.

After a group of villagers in the province’s Boribor district imbibed a mammoth 4 litres of the stuff, a 58-year-old man was punched by another villager, 31.

The older man stomped off, only to return with a machete and hack his erstwhile attacker in the head. The victim was hospitalised while his attacker was arrested later that day. NOKORWAT

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