Quartet squares off over suspected love triangle

Quartet squares off over suspected love triangle

Things got very ugly at a Phnom Penh pub on Sunday when a fight broke out between two men infatuated with the same woman.

Two teens were drinking heavily when they began arguing with another pair of drinkers.

When it became apparent that some sort of love triangle was lurking beneath the surface, the teens attacked the older duo with a shovel. Not to be outdone, one of the older men quickly fetched a machete, causing the bar brawl to become a bloodbath. All of the men were arrested and treated for their injuries. Deum Ampil

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