Roomies set for a very awkward homecoming

Roomies set for a very awkward homecoming

Fighting for clients meant a battle royale between two masseuses at a Phnom Penh shop in Kakab commune on Saturday.

The two therapists, who were also roommates, came to harsh words – and then blows – over who would get the next customer, with the 30-year-old combatant breaking her younger colleague’s nose.

Both were taken to headquarters by authorities and after $100 was handed to the woman with the busted beak, they were told to make amends and sent on their way.

Koh Santepheap

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