Hacking hooligan loses himself on dance floor

Hacking hooligan loses himself on dance floor

In another case of blood on the dance floor, police are on the hunt for a 25-year-old who – as one does, it seems – pulled a cleaver after an argument while dancing on Friday night and attacked a 20-year-old construction worker.

Police said the incident, which occurred in Kandal’s Kien Svay district, was so bad that the victim’s arm was nearly severed and he had cuts to his head.

The gangster escaped before police could intervene. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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