Sidelong glance leads to day-long hospital stay

Sidelong glance leads to day-long hospital stay

Even thugs like their privacy but a Phnom Penh group of miscreants took it a bit too far by ambushing a man for staring at them too long.

Sitting down for drinks on Monday in Chaktomuk commune, the gang grew testy when a passing 30-year-old stared at them.

Taking up belts and stones, they gave him a beating until a crowd began to form.

Two punks were unable to flee with their buddies, police showed up and they were arrested while the bloke they bloodied was sent to the hospital to be patched up.

Nokorwat

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