Minor collision leads to major confrontation

Minor collision leads to major confrontation

It wasn’t a fender-bender but rather the subsequent argument that caused injuries to a group of capital motorists in Teuk La’ak II commune.

Police say two friends were driving a motorbike drunk on Monday when they clipped a tuk-tuk driver, shouting that he was the one going too fast.

When the driver turned back to confront them he was attacked with a helmet by the scooter’s passenger.

Cops converged on the scene and hauled everyone into the station to discuss a resolution to the spat.

Koh Santepheap

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