Groom pummelled by wedding crashers

Groom pummelled by wedding crashers

A misunderstanding over a wedding invitation in Kampong Speu’s Samrong Tong district on Sunday resulted in uninvited guests showing up – and bringing wooden batons as their plus-ones.

Police said that a guest had been accused of attending the celebration without an invitation, despite maintaining he had been invited by the bride.

Angry and ashamed, the guest called his friends, who arrived with clubs and beat several attendees, including the groom.

Police arrived and arrested the man, but the bride and groom were forced to cancel the honeymoon as the groom recuperates. KOH SANTEPHEAP


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