A cleaver foul makes football way less fun

A cleaver foul makes football way less fun

An amateur footballer showed he had the wrong idea of penalty shots after he wouldn’t accept his friend’s refusal to join him in a scrimmage on Tuesday.

The 21-year-old from Preah Sihanouk got drunk and asked his friend to play football with him. The friend begged out, saying he was sick.

The kicker left and returned 10 minutes later with a cleaver, hacking the friend in the arms and back. The neighbours had to intervene and call the police.

The suspect managed to escape and the reluctant sportsman was taken to the hospital. Nokorwat


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