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Cockfight card scratched ahead of a police raid

Cockfight card scratched ahead of a police raid

A cockfighting arena may have been bereft of convenient street access in the capital’s Meanchey district, but cops were still unable to make any arrests while busting it yesterday.

Villagers phoned up police about the matches going on in the secluded spot, which didn’t even have an access road. But when cops came to the spot they didn’t find any punters.

Two roosters, two cages and a scale were confiscated as the authorities hauled the stuff to the evidence locker.

Nokorwat

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