Blade runners didn’t make it far after attack

Blade runners didn’t make it far after attack

Usually in jousting both parties have a weapon, but that didn’t bother two Pailin province thugs who motored at their rival on Monday and slashed him with a sword.

Authorities say the 17-year-old victim was driving to the Sala Krao district market with three friends when the amateur ninjas attacked him to settle an old score.

Cops came to the scene and arrested the aggressors before bringing them in for questioning, while the lacerated lad was sent off to the hospital.

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