He plays music loudly and carries a big stick

He plays music loudly and carries a big stick

Two capital men had conflicting ideas on how to throw a party in Choam Chao commune, with one being attacked for asking that the music be turned down.

Police say the victim was drinking with his roommate on Friday night when the neighbours began blasting their speakers.

After walking over and asking them to lower the volume, the 26-year-old was shouted at then hit in the head with a stick before the attacker ran away.

The victim’s noggin was treated, then he went to police to file a complaint asking the stick swinger to compensate him for $200 in hospital fees.

Nokorwat

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