Kids these days: Juice order sparks a brawl

Kids these days: Juice order sparks a brawl

Eight youths in Kratie town have revealed their thirst for violence after getting into a brawl over contested juice on Saturday.

According to police, three of the boys went to buy a drink after school from a local seller, where they got into an argument with five others who said they had ordered the juice first.

The party of three reportedly began attacking the others with their belts and knives, seriously injuring one before the police intervened.

All the combatants were arrested, with one victim sent to hospital.



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