Protective gear put to pugilistic use in capital

Protective gear put to pugilistic use in capital

They say a good defence is the best offence, and that certainly proved to be the case when a drunk Phnom Penh man used his protective helmet to attack another citizen on Tuesday.

The responsible victim declined a drink from a roadside drunkard while driving his motorbike, prompting his solicitor to demand that he buy more booze instead.

A second refusal proved too much to stomach for the slighted sop, who slammed his helmet into his victim’s head and face. Police took both men in for questioning.

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