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Klutz’s party foul sparks a beer garden melee

Klutz’s party foul sparks a beer garden melee

The headaches came on before the hangover for three Phnom Penh friends who were hit by a thrown wine bottle on Monday.

Drinking together at a Dangkor district beer garden, one of the friends accidentally dropped and broke a glass.

Evidently angered by the fumble, a group of patrons at another table started shouting, then launched over an empty vessel.

The aggressors were thrown out by the manager, and later on the customers who were clocked by the carafe went to the police to file a formal complaint.

Nokorwat

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