Motodop tries to divide labour – with a cleaver

Motodop tries to divide labour – with a cleaver

Two motordops just couldn’t take the competition in Poipet town on Wednesday.

After vying for tourist passengers at the border checkpoint, the drivers’ argument took a violent turn.

The suspect, 28, and the victim, 32, couldn’t seem to agree on how to share the work when the suspect left and allegedly came back with a cleaver, which he used to attack his rival.

The victim was hospitalised nearby, and the suspect attempted to escape, but police caught him on Wednesday. Nokorwat

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