Teens a pain in the rear for shot market worker

Teens a pain in the rear for shot market worker

Six teenagers’ night of carousing ended in a comedy of errors on Friday as their beer-drinking session in the capital’s Daun Penh district ended up in a drunken kafuffle.

Following the fight, three of the suspects fled on a motorbike, but the other three pursued and fired a gun.

A poor shot, the bullet ended up lodged in the buttocks of an unsuspecting 21-year-old market worker asleep on a nearby cart. Military police managed to apprehend two of the rabble rousers. Nokorwat

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