Farmer can live with spilled milk, not beer

Farmer can live with spilled milk, not beer

A night of drinking at a farmer’s home in Kandal’s Kien Svay district abruptly ended via a machete to the cranium on Friday.

Police said the victim, 23, accidentally dropped a beer glass on a plate, breaking both.

The angry farmer demanded compensation, and when the friend refused, began throwing punches before grabbing a meat cleaver and chasing his friend, delivering blows to the head.

The suspect later confessed, saying he was too drunk to control himself. Nokorwat

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