Clubbers attacked by rock-throwing gang

Clubbers attacked by rock-throwing gang

A Phnom Penh man was left wishing he had visited the loo before leaving the club as he was robbed during a pit stop in Choam Chao commune early yesterday.

The garment worker and his pal were on the way home from a night of dancing and had pulled over to relieve themselves when they were ambushed by four screaming stone throwers.

After failing to start his bike and getting hit, the motorist followed his fleeing friend.

The punks made off with the motorbike, and the pair of partygoers were forced to shuffle down to the local police station to file a complaint.

Kampuchea Thmey

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