A rooster’s call alerts neighbours to fight night

A rooster’s call alerts neighbours to fight night

The first match was barely underway when cops in the capital busted a cockfighting ring in Sen Sok district’s Kraing Thnong commune on Saturday.

The location was notorious among villagers as a spot for illegal gambling, and as soon as neighbours heard the sound of fowl they knew what was going on and informed police.

When they came to crack down, numerous punters hit the road, but one man was caught and arrested while five birds were confiscated.

The suspect and his feathery fighting friends were taken to the station where charges were filed.



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