Drunken attack results in a sobering arrest

Drunken attack results in a sobering arrest

The weekend escapades of another crew, this time in Svay Rieng province, seemed to keep going on and on, except for one reveller whose night ended in police headquarters.

The gang of five started off drinking at a house on Sunday then continued at a restaurant. On the way back home they passed a motorist who seemed to be mocking them so they clobbered him.

Officers showed up and were able to apprehend one of the miscreants while his buddies fled. Their victim was sent to hospital for his injuries.

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