Jostling for position leads to tuk-tuk melee

Jostling for position leads to tuk-tuk melee

An argument among five friends over their tuk-tuk seating arrangement turned into a police matter on Saturday night in Kampot province.

As the friends road in the tuk-tuk, some became jealous of others’ position in the vehicle, and a verbal argument turned into a physical fight, with one of the men falling out, police said.

Police approaching at first thought they were responding to a traffic accident, but then proceeded to arrest all five. DEUM AMPIL

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