Gangster’s boots are made for stomping

Gangster’s boots are made for stomping

No one likes a hot-blooded gangster with two left feet. On Saturday night, two different groups of hoodlums broke out their dancing shoes and headed to a club in the capital’s Meanchey district.

One of the men got a little clumsy with his steps and obliviously stomped on another dancer’s toes.

The not-so-smooth hoofer turned out not to be a smooth talker either: he refused to apologise and got his gang of four pursued in a moto chase.

Two men were hit in the leg during a shootout. All but the wounded escaped. DEUM AMPIL

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