Spousal intervention quickly gets knife-y

Spousal intervention quickly gets knife-y

A man tired of his wife drinking him under the table will need a stiff swig after a catastrophic attempt to get his boozy spouse on the wagon.

The 54-year-old husband begged his wife, 35, to give up the drink on Tuesday night. Oblivious to his request, she trotted off to a pub near their home in Preah Sihanouk’s Kampong Sela district.

The pair squabbled, and the woman “accidentally” stuck a knife in her hubby’s leg. This was apparently not the first incident of spousal abuse: last year, after a similar argument, the wife injured her hubby’s forehead. Nokorwat

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