Man’s rebuffed massage leads to near-massacre

Man’s rebuffed massage leads to near-massacre

A 46-year-old man got a little touchy after his mistress refused a massage on Tuesday. The Kampong Cham man visited his lover’s house, where he imbibed a bit too much beer.

He tried to give the woman a massage, but she wasn’t onboard. The pair began arguing, and the drunk beau started destroying plates and furniture.

Police arrived to intervene, but the enraged man was undeterred by the arm of justice, whipping out an axe. Neighbours helped the coppers restrain and arrest the irascible man who was hauled away. Nokorwat


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