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‘Gangsters’ bottle hail hits capital clubbers

‘Gangsters’ bottle hail hits capital clubbers

Five club-goers were the target of a seemingly random attack by 10 “gangsters” in Phnom Penh’s Prampi Makara district late on Sunday night.

Police said the men were sitting in front of a nightclub when the 10 suspects pulled up.

The newcomers immediately grabbed bottles from nearby and began hurling them at the victims.

Police soon arrived and the suspects scattered, leaving behind a glass-strewn battlefield, but few clues as to their identities.

Kampuchea Thmey

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