Guerrilla gamblers pay out to skip jailtime

Guerrilla gamblers pay out to skip jailtime

A pack of rowdy, drunken foreigners, including one from Vietnam and three Chinese nationals, got in a brawl in a high-end casino in Poipet town early on Monday morning.

When security intervened, the men began hurling rocks, injuring a policeman and two security guards, Poipet military police said.

The group then chased the guards out of the casino room. The four were able to pay their way out of the debacle with a sum of $5,760.

Kampuchea Thmey

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