No winner in this throw down, debtors get dirty

No winner in this throw down, debtors get dirty

A war of words over an unpaid debt turned physical in Kampong Cham province’s Cheung Prey district on Saturday.

Police said that, on the day in question, a mother and daughter went to see a woman who had borrowed $100 but had failed to pay it back for some time.

A few nasty words hurled the debtor’s way prompted her to start swinging, injuring both the mother and the daughter. Police arrived and detained the suspect, and are attempting to get the victims’ money back. Koh santepheap

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