Sober man hospitalised after drunken attack

Sober man hospitalised after drunken attack

A 41-year-old man was nearly stabbed to death in a random attack in Kandal’s Sa’ang district on Monday.

According to police, the man happened to be standing in the street when a drunken partygoer was on his way home.

Spotting the man, the drunk accused him of wanting to start trouble. Grabbing a rock and a bottle, the drunk allegedly attacked the victim, breaking the bottle then stabbing him with it. Neighbours called the cops who arrested the suspect, and sent the victim to hospital. Koh Santepheap


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