Scamps’ scalps shaved bare after bar brawl

Scamps’ scalps shaved bare after bar brawl

The cops in Stung Treng town are not to be trifled with as six 20-somethings found out on Friday.

Police said two groups of three arrived at a local nightclub already boozed to the gills, when they decided to rumble over a perceived slight.

The brawlers took it outside, and that’s where police found them moments later, attacking each other with sticks and cleavers.

After arresting the lot of them, they were hauled to the police station, where the local constabulary “educated” them by shaving each of them bald. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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