Man uses gunfire to end family argument

Man uses gunfire to end family argument

An unorthodox – if effective – means of ending a family squabble meant police detention for one Poipet resident yesterday.

The family feud was sparked when the suspect’s sister arrived home late – or rather, very early – on Sunday morning much to the chagrin of her other brother, who began berating her.

His haranguing merely drew into the argument his elder brother, whose debating tactics consisted of repeatedly shooting his gun in the air, waking neighbours and attracting police attention.

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