Solving the case of the creeping Kandal house

Solving the case of the creeping Kandal house

They say good fences make good neighbours, perhaps an ungenerous outlook on life, but one that applied in Kandal this week where a dispute over land between two homes ended in violence.

Unable to resolve the matter, neighbour #1 decided to simply have his Koh Thom district home picked up and moved 3 metres closer to his neighbour on the sly.

Coming out the next day, neighbour #2 found him extending the roof on his back porch.

Grabbing a stick, she attempted to dismantle his work, then bloodied his head when he tried to stop her. She’s now in custody.



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