Drunken husband goes on a bamboo rampage

Drunken husband goes on a bamboo rampage

It takes a certain kind of man to attack his 72-year-old father-in-law with a bamboo pole after antagonising the man’s daughter.

Police believe they arrested such a creature in Kampong Cham on Sunday evening.

The 39-year-old arrived home drunk and quarrelled with his wife while taking to the inside of their home with the bamboo weapon.

She ran to her father’s home and the man followed, hitting his father-in-law. Police arrested the man, he was charged, and his wife has asked for a divorce – all in a night’s work for this lout. Nokorwat


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