Touchy beau initiates very one-sided duel

Touchy beau initiates very one-sided duel

Who said chivalry – or at least misguided pig-headed chauvinism – was dead?

A 30-year-old man was arrested in Kratie town on Monday after he attacked another fellow out of jealousy.

Police said the suspect saw the victim speaking with his girlfriend the previous evening at a wedding party.

The suspect, obviously riled up, arrived at the victim’s house the next morning with a samurai sword and slashed his back.

A neighbour filed a police report, and the suspect has since been sent to court.

The victim later told cops his conversation with the woman had been strictly platonic.

Kampuchea Thmey


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