Invasive snoozing ends in blood and bruising

Invasive snoozing ends in blood and bruising

Sibling rivalry led to police action in Pailin province on Monday, after a 29-year-old mentally ill man was badly beaten for hopping into his 18-year-old brother’s bed for a nap and refusing to get out.

Frustrated by his refusals, the teenager called a friend for help, and the pair’s attempts to eject the man descended into a severe beating.

Police arrested the pair and the victim was sent to hospital.

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