Farmers find neighbour sitting duck for revenge

Farmers find neighbour sitting duck for revenge

A pair of rice farmers in Takeo province’s Kiri Vong district fell fowl of the law, after a brace of ducks got into their field and started eating their crop.

After shoeing the beaked beasts away, the duo waddled over to their owner to complain. But ruffled feathers turned into a brutal beating that ended with the duck owner unconscious.

Hearing the man squawk for help, police arrived at the scene and arrested one of the attackers as the second flew the coop. RASMEI KAMPUCHEA


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