Kampong Cham man jumped outside party

Kampong Cham man jumped outside party

A 41-year-old man was seriously injured after being beaten by 10 gangsters in Kampong Cham town on Sunday.

Police said that when the victim left a party, the gangsters attacked him with punches and stones.

The victim almost died but a witness intervened by calling the police. The man was sent to the hospital, but the thugs escaped.

The victim said he couldn’t identify the aggressors because they wore masks, and is clueless as to why he was attacked. Police are investigating. Koh Santepheap

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