Friendly smack leads to ferocious smackdown

Friendly smack leads to ferocious smackdown

While it may pay to know your enemies, it’s also good to know the difference between your friends and complete strangers.

A 32-year-old found this out the hard way on Tuesday when he was beaten to a pulp after slapping who he thought was an old buddy of his over the back of the head.

The “friend” turned out to be a local gangster who didn’t like the attention and summoned his cronies to administer a beat-down. Police arrested two men but are looking for more. Deum Ampil


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