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Store owner called out for poor service in PP

Store owner called out for poor service in PP

A phone repair shop in the capital’s Por Sen Chey district might have proved itself to be phony after a man came to blows with its owner after sending his malfunctioning Samsung Note 2 smartphone for repair, only to wake up to find it broken again on Friday.

The man returned to the shop suggesting that the shop owner was just phoning it in, leading to a squabble that ended with the owner smacking the man.

The man fled in a panic only to leave his faulty phone and motorbike behind, both of which were retrieved by his neighbour later on.

The man has since filed a complaint with the district police, and the shop owner may find himself dealing with a different type of cell soon.

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