Customer cops blow to head at mechanic’s

Customer cops blow to head at mechanic’s

A local gearhead had his head handed to him in an auto parts shop in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district on Tuesday.

Police said he was rummaging around for spare parts when the son of the owner grabbed a lock and clocked the would-be customer on the back of the head.

Bloodied, the man was sent to hospital while police were left trying to sort out the seemingly unprovoked attack.

The suspect’s dad has replied to a complaint by saying his son is mentally unstable.



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